I need some guidance as to how to handle our 2 Pekin ducks in the winter. I am a new duck owner as they kind of came with the house when we bought it...They are currently free range and stay in the front yard in and around our pond all day. Now as the temperature has significantly dropped to around 20 degrees and the pond has started to freeze over I am unsure how to care for them in a cold climate. We have a coop on the other side of the yard that I left open with food in the hopes they would make their way over to it but they still remain in the pond. I had a floating duck house that they never went in so I pulled it into the shore hoping they would go in it but they still won't. I'm worried they are going to freeze. I want catch them and they run back into the water if we go by then when we try to go but them. From what I understand from the previous owner they just left them out,to their own devices. I feel like that's not ok, but maybe it is?? Does some one have any advice,on how I can get them out of the water and into the coop or do will they be ok to be left alone??