No surprise it is cold. Seems like every post is in some way about the cold. This one is no different. We saw temps at -10f last night and it barely got to 8f today. But that didn't stop my two Welsh Harlequin ducks from enjoying some rays outside. The trouble came this morning when I saw ice forming on the breast feathers of my female. I put the brooder lamp in their house, but no improvement (melting) in the last 4 hours. She obviously did this when she "drank" water, and they do not have feed or water in their house. Thoughts? My gut wants to help her out, but I don't want to wrestle her into my house if she doesn't need it.