I can't find anything this. Our weather just turned bad in the last week. Temps in the teens,non stop snow,wind chill is 5 degrees today. They are about 6 months old. They free range during the day and are in their duck house at night. This has been there routine since they were about 2 months old. When I open their house they come out of the pen immediately- they share a fenced pen with 6 geese. All of them leave the pen right away and come into the yard. But then after they take a little drink everybody plops down in the snow and go to sleep. They have slept all day the last 3 days- all of them,ducks and geese. Is this normal? I've read they can do fine with our temps but the wind may be an issue for the geese. Are they struggling or is this normal behavior? I am wondering if I should keep them all in the pen where they will be encouraged to go back into their house. They can't have water in their duck house but we have a greenhouse set up to move them in for winter where they can have food and water overnight although we have no way of keeping the water from freezing. I break the ice during the day. A heated dish would require electric cord to go across the driveway which my husband doesn't want. I am not sure if this is because of the snow blower or if he has some other reason. Anyway, all the other birds are acting normally. The chickens are spending most of the day in the coop but are not spending it sleeping like the ducks and geese. turkeys are normal. guineas don't want to walk in the snow but are otherwise acting normally. What is going on with my ducks and geese?