Hi all! I hope this is the right thread for my question...had a tough time figuring out where to post, but will give this section a go! We've had a tough year with coyotes and hawks and thus have found ourselves with one remaining chicken (a fabulous Buff Orpington named Peas). And she even survived a hawk attempting to carry her off! We're hoping to get some fertilized eggs in the spring when she goes broody, but 'til then, we're focused on keeping her alive and well. Thankfully, she hangs out with any of our dogs or cats that are outside, so she has a "flock" of sorts. We're in NC, so the winters here aren't too bad, but she's molting right now and the night time temps tonight and this week are supposed to get down to the low 20s. Today we put a low-wattage warming mat in the coop (a small 6-bird chicken tractor) and are going with the deep litter method for the winter, tho it's not too deep yet. It's well ventilated but there's no chance of a draft. So my question is, do you think our girl will be okay tonight, or should I run out, get her sleepy little self, and pop her in our downstairs bathroom for the night??!! Thanks for your insights and opinions!