So I'm in the middle of this cold front, most of my birds seem ok (the big fowl are sleeping outside as usual and seem to be dealing with it fine, the chickens are in a coop stuffed with dry hay and seem to be ok in there too) but the scovies look miserable. They're sleeping in the coop with the chickens but, unlike the chickens, they're all iced up. Big chunks of it dragging their feathers down and likely not insulating as well. They're all laying outside now and two of them seem to be shivering quite a lot. I'm wondering if I should try to bring them inside the house (I don't have a garage or anything) for a while or the night or something. All I have to put them in is a medium sized dog crate so it would be a little cramped but it would be warm. But then the temp difference between outside and in would also be pretty significant. It would stress them out quite a bit to be caught/netted. Should I leave them alone? Try the house even if they're cramped for a day or two and stressed? The one that isn't iced up seems to be weathering things fine but the other three look awful and it's really not going to get warmer until Thursday.