So I have 5 ducklings and a goslings that are around 3 weeks old. As much as I would love to keep them in my house forever it's just not an option anymore. One of my idiot dogs killed one of our chickens last week (they were free ranging in the yard and he was let out by a neighbor kid that apparently was raised in a barn and never closes the door all the way when he comes over the play) and doggo is showing way too much interest in the babies for my liking. I have rigged up a barrier between the rest of the house and the babies but doggo is crafty and sly and I just don't trust him 100% while we are at work or sleeping. ANYWAY, I decided it's time for the babies to get evicted from the house and built out a section in my chicken coop as a temporary brooder 2.0 while I work on building their permanent duck palace this weekend. So, I live in Utah and the weather has been pretty nice here. We are in the mid to high 60's during the day and mid to high 40's at night. Finally my question..... Should I put a heat lamp in brooder 2.0 for a few days so they can adjust to the temp a little better or am I being that over protective mom and worrying about nothing. I know ducklings are much more hardy than chicks, I just don't want to harm them or have them get too cold. Side note: The coop is an 8'x8' fully enclosed A-frame (It has a man door, chicken door, and window that are all closed at night so no drafts will be blowing, though I did not insulate the coop) The ducklings and gosling have a about a 3'x8' section of the coop with lots of straw.