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« on: October 24, 2009, 06:20:48 pm »

Thanks for the reassurances, Cathy and kats. It helps alot. I was thinking that we would have to build a true building for them. They are sheltered and the weather has rarely gotten lower than 28 degrees at night in about late January! That is the coldest part of the year, and people still talk about the "freeze" that hit is 1990! it got down to around 20 degrees and killed some cirtus trees and broke the copper water pipes to a lot of swamp coolers! But that is weather that hits 1 or 2 times in 100 years! Usually it just feels cold when we remember the 114degrees for the last summer! Our drake has a fair amount of curunciling, but not excessive and at worst the water dish should never ice over, so I think that he should be ok, but we will watch out for him. Thanks
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