I hope I did the right thing. I went out to feed animals and one of my Muscovy boys was looking really ratty, and lethargic. He wouldn't come out from under the deck, even for scratch. He finally got close enough that I could grab him and his feathers were all frozen crispy!! Its -8 outside now. I brought him in to try "dry" the ice off in the warm house, I put my jacket over him and took him into the bathroom. It didn't help after a few minutes, so I ran a cold bath for him. After being in the water a few minutes he really livened up! After sitting doing nothing he was suddenly flapping and preening himself. I let him stay in the bath only a little while - a few minutes. TOok him out and dried him with a towel and took him straight back to the coop. I didn't want to keep him toooo long in a warm house - I made sure to dump out the water in their little bath tub outside, so nobody else could get wet and freeze. Did I do the right thing? He seemed MUCH happier and more enthusiastic after his bath. I don't know why his feathers froze like that, I know he probably took a bath, I didn't think the water would stay in his feathers long enough to freeze.