I was forced to evacuate my home near Ramona, where the San Diego Witch Creek fire started. The fire was 2 blocks from the south side and 6 blocks from the east side of my house when i left. I got the two dogs and me and my girlfriend out, nothing else. Sadly, my chickens were left in there coop as I had no time to cage them and put them indoors. Assuming they were not burned to death or die from smoke inhalation, how long will they live once the food and water supply runs out? It is now going on three days and there is no telling when we will be allowed to return to the area. I expect the food is gone today, possibly water as well. I put a few extra large tubs of water in the coop and in the run, but with the wind and 90 degree temps i have my doubts about how long it will last. There are 7 hens 1 roo and 1 muscovey duck in a 10 by 10 coop and 10 by 15 enclosed run. The coop has lots of open ventilation windows because it is normally never that cold here. I am feeling pretty bummed out.