I have one little duck that is not taking too well to the cold. A few days ago, I checked on her and noticed her shivering. It was cold and a little snowy, but still above 20 degrees so I thought it was a little odd. I picked her up, and she was soaked to the bone! I brought her inside and got her dried off, though I thought it was odd that the water wasn't rolling of her feathers like the others'. As a precaution, I took away their water for the night so she couldn't soak herself again. She did okay once she was dry. Last night was under 10 degrees, so I stayed up late to check on all the animals. Even my silkies were okay, but my one little duck seemed to be struggling! The other four ducks were perfectly comfortable sleeping outside of their duck house, but little Blondie was sitting in the house, not shivering too bad but still looking pretty cold. She wasn't wet or anything like before. I gave her some extra shavings in her house to snuggle up in and she made it through okay. She is half Mallard and half Pekin, and takes more after the Mallard in size so she is the smallest. Is it her size? Or could there be something wrong with her oil gland? Does she need a light? I don't like to use artificial heating, but I can if I have to.