Our 6 month old Buff Orpington was injured badly by a hawk last week (7 inch gash to the muscle with puncture wound and possible mild wing/neck injuries). After searching this site, we treated her and were pleasantly surprised that she is doing quite well. (She even laid her first egg two days after the attack!) She is eating and drinking pretty well on her own now and moving around quite a bit. She is getting restless now that she is feeling better, and we are trying to figure out how to reintroduce her to the cold weather again. It has been in the low 30's here during the day and into the teens at night, and she is used to 70 degree temps as she has been staying in a box in our bathtub. I have some idea of how to reintroduce her to the flock thanks to this group, but I didn't find information about what to do about this. She would be going into a small yard barn (that we converted into a chicken coop) with a heat lamp and eventually will be going outside the coop during the day. We have 14 other Buff Opingtons and one Silver-laced polish that share that coop. Any suggestions/information would be much appreciated. Thanks!