I'm in Cedar Springs, Mi and I know there has been a lot of talk lately on here about the cold and ducklings and when they can go out. Woke up this morning and incredibly thankful I have all 11 of my ducks in my basement. Woke up to temps -13 degrees, that is right NEGATIVE 13, and that is NOT the windchill, just the temp alone! DANG!!! I put the 2 adults outside and less then 5 min the drake was acting like he was put on hot coals or something, he couldn't get his feet up inside him fast enough, and knocking on our slider, so inside then came again. I really need to order me those duck diapers!! I have to measure my special needs girl today and put an order in ASAP, went to Nettie's sight(INDOOR DUCK) and saw a fabric for one of the babies, PERFECT for her name. Nettie has lightening pattern and one of the hens is named "STORMY" after my youngest sons rabbit and a white spot on her neck, and of all days Stormy hatched on a "Stormy Day", so I named some of the ducklings after the weather we had that day. Sunny, Stormy, ect. LOL! My youngest wants to name a drake baby if we have any down the road "DOMINATOR" after Reed Timmers Car from "Storm Chasers." Oh bless his heart! Anyway, how cold are you? What are your ducks doing, avoiding, going out, no different, or hunkering down?