Hi guys! I live in Southern California so usually the cold isn't an issue here but lately it has been getting verryyyy chilly at night and the weather reports have issued a freeze warning. My flock seems fine except one girl (easter egger) who is molting. She's been going through her molt for a solid 5 weeks so she's pretty bald (all the new feathers still are growing in) on her neck and her stomach and back are mainly just her down feathers. She fluffs herself up to keep warm and is grumpy so no one will cuddle with her (she'll peck them in the face because the molt makes her moody) so she isn't getting any body heat. I'll check the other girls by reaching under their feathers by the wing or stomach and they are very warm but my EE isnt as hot. Should I bring her in at night? I know cjickens are very cold weather hardy but if my girl is freezing I want to help her Id love any advice! Thanks BYC!!