My two pullets will NOT come out of the coop (its 10 days) unless I "shew" them out which they do oblige. They walk around the run for about 10 minutes pecking/eating and then want back in. If I do not let them back in right away they huddle together behind the coop which is nestled around forsythia bushes. They do not come around the front which faces the open paddock. Question: if I put more bushes around the front of the coop/run to give a sense of "enclosure" will this make them feel more secure or unafraid? Or am I wasting my money. Any info would be helpful. I feel like their "distressed"!