I'll send some pictures later this week, but today I have a concern about bedtime for my four Australorp hens who will be six weeks old this Wednesday. They spend the day in their predator-proof run, which is six feet by eighteen feet, and they enjoy it very much. However, when it's time for bed they do not want to go into their new coop. The coop is four feet by four feet, and six feet high inside, and it has two nice roosting poles. I put their food & water in with them, but they are very afraid of going inside. I have a 40-watt light inside, and I spend about five minutes with them at bedtime, settling them down, but they are real fraidy-cats. Will they adjust, or am I doing something wrong? Thanks very much for the great advice provided on this forum. It is a terrific site, and I really appreciate all the help.