Ok, I need help. We had about 20 moscovy baby ducks that we took from the mother, because it was getting to cold, and this ducks first batch of baby chicks disappeared (we think something ate them). Well, we had a total of 20, from 2 ducks. Last weekend, it was really warm outside, so we filled a bucket up with water, and they swam around then, they started diving and drowning. It seems like they could not get warm, so we had to dry them with a hair dryer. Some of them did not make it We are now down to six, because what they are doing, is when they get water to drink, they drink it, then fall over like they are drunk, lie there and die, unless we take the hair dryer and dry them. They don't drink that much water, but you can see it in their little necks, a big bulge, and they can't hold their heads up, they lie there on the bottom. We have also heated them up with a lamp, which has been on them since they were born. I live in SC, so it is getting cold and I am afraid they will die out in the cold. Does anyone know why they are drinking themselves to death????