I put my 5 girls in the coop on Sunday, and I just need a little reassurance that it's not too cold for them. Coldest temps were: Monday morning: 50 degrees, Monday evening: 56 degrees and this morning it was 48 degrees. I'm probably being riduculous: it's Calfornia, and the chickens have feathers! I'm sure this sounds familiar to y'all: the move has been harder on me than on them. The first night I was waking up every couple hours to look out the window. LOL. The chickens seem very happy in the coop. They are not huddled together. They are jumping, flying and exploring their new space. Thanks a bunch, BYC people, you have been so helpful, sharing info.