Today I found my 2.5 mo. bantam EE floating in the duck pool. Her head was above the water and her eyes were open, I thought I detected movement so hoped s/he was still alive. When I picked her up s/he was limp but not stiff. No movement but I could detect a tiny twitch (heartbeat?) in the corner of her eye. I don't know how long she was in there, but she was in shock when I found her. I'm guessing water temp was in the 50s. I took her in and put her in a warm bath in the sink for a little while to warm her up, then towel and blow-dried her, wrapped her in a dry hand towel to stay warm and she's in a box in the bathroom with a space heater to keep the room warm. I put a small amount of baby parrot food mixed with warm water in with her but have not force fed or watered her as I didn't want to traumatize her more. I plan to move her to a crate in the bathub for overnight but am not sure when I can/should take her out of the towel. She started moving after being in the bath for a little while and has shown steady improvement. I took her out of the towel after a while to see how she was doing and s/he still shivered - don't know if that is temp or fear or both. What else can/should I do? How long should I leave her wrapped up vs. putting her in a crate? I will probably bring in another of the bantams to keep her company overnight and they can snuggle together to stay warm. Thanks!