I almost lost one of my two toms to a heat stroke when the weather here suddenly went from the 40's/low 50's to the low 80's in a few hours, back in April. It was a close call, but he recovered. How do you keep them cool in warmer climates? And, how do you keep your pen dry at the same time? I have put camo tarps over the bird pens the last couple of summers, but summer 2009 was extremely cold here (coldest July on record for Detroit) and summer 2010 was actually above average in temps, but never really went much above 90, it was just warm during the days and warm and muggy at night. The camo tarps keep pens dry, but I don't really think I gain much in terms of temp -- they block the sun, but also trap some heat, so it probably evens out. Just wondering if I can come up with something better for this year.