I'm sure this has been covered before, but I had no luck with the search engine, and I would appreciate a personal response to assuage my fears. I had eight hens, all White Leghorns in a small coop. I have an automatic door and I let them free range about the property all day. They were all roosting in the coop, until one started sneaking out and roosting in the trees behind the coop. I would have to go and get here and put here inside. Somehow I had a predator attack. I lost two birds, one right away, nothing but feathers left and another died a day later. Since the attack, the hens will no longer roost in the coop at night, they go into the trees. I admit they pick pretty good spots because I get scratched up ny briars and thorns when I retrieve to put them in the coop. I have tried locking them in the coop for a week, and when I let them out they go for the trees again. Is there anyway to get them back in the coop, without building a run to confine them? Any help appreciated.