Well I redid my coop this summer. That included running a water line inside the coop to run auto watering system. Well its winter here in Northern Michigan, so the auto water system doesn't work due to freezing. So I unhooked the water system and just left the water line with a hose spigot in the coop. I would use it to fill the buckets everyday for them. Well little did I know the little turds I have living in the coop get bored easily and like to investigate things. So I do my nightly check on them, fill their bucket of water, talk to them, tell them how sweet and pretty they are. (Yes I talk to my birds) Well I didn't have treats for them so I could tell they were a bit upset with me. But I shut the coop door behind and went in the house for the night. Around 8pm I went to use the sink in the house and I had very little water pressure. I was ok, I checked the faucet didn't see anything wrong with it. I checked the bathroom sink no pressure there.. I was like great, I either have a broken water line or its starting freeze under the house. So I get dressed go outside to crawlspace access did that out. All I could find was a small little flashlight that the batteries were dying on. I proceeded under the house and investigate this loss of water pressure. I can hear the well pump running, I crawl my way all the way up to the front of the house where the pump and pressure tank is located. I dont find any water leaks and the heat tape on the lines is all plugged in and seems to be working. So I work my way back out from under the house and I remembered I had a better flashlight out in the barn. I open the barn door and all I could hear is water running. I was like crap the water line burst. I turn the lights back on in the coop and there it was they somehow turned the spicket on. There was like 3 inches of water through the entire coop. The ducks were just having a field day splashing around in the water. So there is my story don't trust your birds around a hose spigot unless you want a flooded coop.