I am now the owner of 6 Guinea hens that are adults. My intention is that once they get settled in and know where their new home is, I will let them free range and in the perfect world they will come back each evening to the coop to roost with my chickens. They are in a 10 ft. by 12ft. run and seem to be quite happy. I am the one NOT happy. The guineas will not go into the chicken house door that my hens use to roost and settle in. These guys have stayed out all 3 nights since they have arrived. I have tried to herd them in, and this has failed sadly. My concerns are that if I give them a perch in the run, they will never go into the house, and they will freeze in my New England winters. Plus to make matters worst, last evening one slipped out the door of the run, this hen is hanging around on the outside. Should I just be expecting too much too soon? The door is 10" x 14" or so, the chickens have never had any problem with fitting in or out. During the day, my husband says he saw them going into the coop. Why won't they go in at night??? Any Guinea Hen Owners out there, I sure could use some advice. Thank you so much for any feed back.