This morning we found our mother turkey dead ( we think from a hawk). Anyway she has two babies. The father has always hung around mom and babies and has been with the babies all day. We tried catching them several times and failed but they always made it back to dad. When they cry he follows cries. We did eventually catch them An hour ago. The babies are around a month old. Although dad seems to be protective of them and they have plenty of food and water around, we are worried he would not be able to keep them warm at night. We have many inside areas but mother choose to have her babies in the orchard in some tall weeds. They have always been free range. We put the babies in a large coop we use for young pullets (Turkey and chick), but have never had ones in their before that are used to being free range. They are circling the cage peeking at the wire and crying like crazy. I'm don't want them to freeze to death tonight but don't want to stress the out and kill them either. Would they be better of left with dad or kept in our coop with a heat lamp?