About a month ago I decided that I wanted to raise three more ducklings to join my current bachelor flock of three. I went on pure poultry and ordered three sexed male Pekins to be delivered in April. I raised three Khaki Campbell ducklings last April, and felt like the weather here (Rhode Island) at the time was manageable with heat lamps and an outdoor coop. This morning (mid snow storm) I got an email that my three ducklings with hatch date April 6th just shipped. I called them immediately and they stated that it was an error on their side and they would gladly still send us the three ducks in April, but the ducklings they sent today were already in transit and there was nothing they could do about that. I have since then been frantically trying to prepare for the new group's arrival in the middle of winter. I understand that now that I have to raise these ducks indoors until they have grown their adult feathers. The following is a photo of the box I intend to raise them in upon arrival. I plant to place this box in my room (70-75 degrees Fahrenheit all day) with both heat lamps on because I read they need to be at about 90 degrees during their early life. I bought a small drown-proof water container for them to have fresh water and will line the bottom with clean hay. The bath tub will be their pool while they are inside. If I get some answers on a few of my questions, or just comments on my plan overall I would appreciate it. 1.) I suspect that the Pekin's will quickly outgrow this 2x2x1 box and I will need to upgrade. My plan is to wait until they are ready to move into my garage in our old 4x4x4 duck pen (just upgraded) with two heat lamps until they have their full feathers. How long should I expect to have to wait before the birds are ready to be in an unheated garage with only heat lamps? 2.) With 70-75 degree indoor temperatures and the two heat lamps am I risking the ducklings becoming too cold/warm? 3.) Here's a link to a thread with my current flock and their new pen: https://www.backyardchickens.com/threads/adding-new-ducks-going-poorly.1339465/#post-21931132 I have a divider in which I can easily split the coop into two parts separated by chicken wire (see not touch method) to assimilate the ducklings in with the young adults I currently have. Any idea what age I would be able to get these guys outside in the outdoor pen? I would not plan to let them join the other ducks outside during the winter. 4.) Pure poultry credited me $80 for my purchase and scheduled another delivery of three in April which I plan to cancel. Are there any other essential duckling supplies I am missing that I could use this store credit on? Sorry if a lot of this information is easily accessible and I have not searched yet... I was planning on doing thorough research before April but the surprise shipment has caught me unprepared.