I can't believe it but my Golden Comet appears to have frostbite! Argh..I'm so mad. I've been keeping such a close I on them. I don't have any condensation problems in my coop she appears to be the only one affected. I have an Amberlink with a fairly big comb. She is fine. The only thing I can figure is she must have gone to roost last night with a wet comb? Yesterday in the afternoon when I went to check on them for last time I notice there hanging water outside in run was dripping and they love to peck under it when the sand gets damp. Although I don't believe the temps dropped below freezing last night but it is super windy here this AM. Is frostbite something that can have a delayed appearance...could it have happened two days ago when it was about 5 degrees here and symptoms just showed today? She did not look like this yesterday. So will she eventually lose everything including white band and back? Will it be painful for her? Does it make any since to lock them in coop today during winds or is damage already done and none of this tissue will recover? I have rubbed in some vaseline this AM.