Okay, here it goes. I live in AZ where we have a 110*+ daytime temp and 80*+ nightime temp from about May to October. Then the winter (Nov. to April) daily average high is 75* with a low of 36*. For my coop I was going to do a fully covered (essential for our hot sun!) run with courigate metal panels on top that form a 7' high arch. I was going to build some perches off the ground for them to roost on and some nesting boxes to nest in. My question is, do they need a raised floor and completly surrounded (4 sided) building as a coop, or can I get away with 2 walled off sides with raised perches and raised nesting boxes for them to get off the "cold" ground? This is kinda what I'm working with... _________Sheet Metal Siding [ ]| | [ Metal ]|--Nest Boxes & | [ Shed ]| Perches |------5'Horse Fencing [_________]| | |----Door | 4' welded wire |_____________| 4' Welded wire fence The run is 14'x14' and I kinda just wanted to put the perches and nesting boxes in the corner where there wouldn't be much of a draft. Can I get away with that, or do I need to build an actual coop? Thanks for any advice!