Perhaps some of you experienced duck keepers already do this, but I thought I was cool for thinking of this myself. I'm brooding 10 new Khaki Campbells in a plastic bin on straw. Of course they make their floor so wet, I change them into a dry bin with fresh straw 2-3 times a day. There are 3 different bins I can keep in rotating use, so there's always a clean dry bin ready to use. I was concerned that they wouldn't have a dry place to sleep so I put some straw in a plastic shoe box & placed it right under the heat lamp. Now the dampness on the floor doesn't seep up into this bed, and it gives them a drier place to snuggle into and sleep. I am loving my new birdie babies!