Hi there! My birds are outgrowing their coop and I am in the process of replacing it with a larger one. A few years ago a mixup with a contractor landed us with 6 brand new double pane windows. I've been contemplating using them as a portion of the walls of the new coop, but I was wondering if it might be too much light for them. All told, it would be about 2/3rds of the walls, something like this was roughly my plan: | - - - ===] | B] | - - - ===] solid walls (=,]) glass walls (|,-) nesting box (B) There would be 2x4s supporting the glass and in between each pane, ventilation at the top, and a door at the opposite side of the nesting boxes. What do you folks think? Can chickens get away with living in glass houses?? I was hoping that it might help with egg production in the winter since I don't plan on using a light, but is there a limit to how much light you let in? I don't want to spook the ladies or make them uncomfortable. Thanks!