I got three Cayugas Friday night, then on Saturday morning my neighbor noticed her Mallad duck mama waddling around with babies, she checked the nest and saw that she had left a reallllly little guy behind, and the sprinklers had soaked him. I thought for sure he was going to die, but decided since I had just gotten the other three the night before it was worth a shot. He seems to be doing okay, just a lot littler than the others and a bit weaker, though he is pretty active when he is active. Anyway, today I went in and two of the times I went in, he was on his back. The first time I thought he was dead, but when I spoke he started scambling trying to flip back over. The second time, just now, he didn't try to flip over, though I didn't make any noise this time. WHY is he flipping over, and if it happens in the middle of the night, will he die??