I went out to put the ducks in for the night and found one of my eight month Saxony girls struggling to stay afloat. I grabbed her, and brought her in where I really thought she was going to die right in my arms. That was at 6:30pm and it was around 27 degrees out, it is now 8:30pm. She is breathing, and I don't hear any gargling. She is shaking, and moving her head in circles, and seems like she is trying to get up. She can occasionally lift her wings a touch, but can't lift her body. It is very stressful to watch, and I think I stress her out just being there. Does it sound like she if fighting to stay alive, and get the heck out of the house, or is she dying? I have her under a heat lap but how warm should I let it get? Just checked on her and she is violently shaking. Do you think she is suffering from hypothermia?