Hi, I had the ducklings outside on the grass for the first time today--it's a hot day but we were in the shade and they had just had a bath so they were wet. However, after we had been outside for a half hour or so and were dry, they started to pant. Around the same time, they heard some bird noises that seemed to make them nervous. I put them into the outside coop, intending to have them stay there. However, they are still panting, but I can't tell if it's from the stress of a new place, or the heat. The temp is a double-edged sword, I think--it's warm enough to have them outside at night, but I am wondering whether it's too hot now during the day. I think right now I will go get them and bring them outside, and put them back out when it is cooler this evening. Is it ok for them to pant, though, as long as they have shade and lots of water? I haven't had this issue before. The forecast is a high of 96 degrees, low of 72. The next few days are supposed to be a little warmer even. Thanks!