I have been reading some older posts about when is the best time to start putting my Pekin Bantams outside. All the posts are concerned about the cold, but we live in Australia and HEAT is the issue right now. They are currently 3 weeks old and flying around everywhere in my living room when I raise the lid on their cage. I have taken them outside several time to scratch in the grass and run around for a short time. Today I put them into the chicken house to see how they would scratch around and start getting use to what will be their new home. Within about 10 mins they were starting to feel some heat stress in our Aussie summer, so they were quickly escorted back into the living room. All is good now, all recovered, and again flying around the living room...lol. Considering our heat is up to 100 degrees easily, when is it going to be safe for these little guys to start spending some time outside for longer periods. This is the first time we have had such little chicks so I really don't know what to expect. Can anyone help? Pic is taken at 14 days so they are a week older now and much more feathered.