So we got 4 chicks a few days ago (2 rocks 2 orps. we're getting 2 rhode islands tomorrow as well). They're doing great! They're wings are developing feathers and 3 of them even have little tiny tail feathers starting to form. They're also scratching at the shavings and pecking around for food already. Anyways I have an anxiety disorder so of course I'm going to get worried about everything especially when it comes to my babies! we got a bulb the same day we got the chicks and it says it lasts 6000 hours. even so today I bought another one that's 2000 hours just in case. I'm worried sick that the bulb will go out in the middle of the night and they'll freeze to death. I live in western Washington and the weather has been fairly nice but it fluctuates a lot in this area. One day it'll be raining at 50 degrees and the next it could be sunny with 75. The room we have them in is draft-free and there's no vents or open windows. It's a storage room connected to our house but it's not heated. During the day it actually feels like a good mixture between warm and cold and I think it feels okay during the night. Not too chilly. All rambling aside: IF the bulb goes out during the night, could the babies still survive until morning?