I live in Washington State, not far from Puget Sound. Our microclimate tends to be a bit warmer and drier in the summer and colder and wetter in the winter than most of western WA, but overall temps are moderate and winters are mostly chilly and damp. My coop floor is concrete pavers dug in a little to the dirt. The coop itself is wood with a metal roof. The run floor is dirt/grass. I have been using pine shavings for bedding, several inches thick. Every couple days I turn & add more bedding, removing the dirtiest areas and tossing that bedding in the run. So far I haven't had to completely clean out the coop (only been a few weeks). For the run, I've been tossing in leaves but the leaves under my tree are getting pretty wet at this point in the fall. Should I be putting more bedding in the run? It's not entirely covered, so it's pretty much always damp, but no standing water or deep mud. Also, should I be using something else in the coop, or are pine shavings a pretty good option? The local chicken owners I know all have wood floors in their coops, so not able to get any advice from them. Thanks in advance for your advice!