When our young chickens were chicks, we had a raccoon climbing over fence, it got a lot of them eventually (a whole other story). The survivors learned to roost in the trees inside the chicken pen to stay safe. Now I have had a hard time getting the young chickens into the coop at night. There are several older chickens in there already, so they sometimes get get pecked but I cannot prevent that. I try to keep them from getting into the trees but once they are up there I cannot reach them. The chickens I do catch I place inside the coop, but usually they come right back out again. It has taken me many days (of placing them inside the coop) to get the few that I do have going into the coop by themselves. How do I get them to go inside the coop? The guineas roost in the trees as well, and I cannot catch them to even place them inside the coop. I have a light outside and inside the coop. I have tried to leave the human door open during the day to maybe encourage them to go inside the coop but I rarely see any go in. Any suggestions?