This morning is FRIGID .... temps range from -24 to -28 ... with wind chill factored in at -35.
Thankfully we have not much wind this morning ...
My worry and call for advice is about the heated birdbath .. it was intended more for a drinking water supply because we thought that was the more crucial need for the little creatures .. now a commentor has brought up a point that if a "bath" is taken the feathers might freeze.
This reminds me of the point people think that ducks and other water fowl get frozen on the water.
Does anyone have any experience to offer with this possible problem ?
Steam has been drifting from the birdbath
Freaking Frigid Factor