so I have my 3x 7-week old chicks out in their coop now (this is night #2) and I noticed today that they were too warm. My copper comet was panting and holding her wings away from her body and the other two were cooling their bodies without panting (I gave them ice water and frozen strawberries and made sure they got cool & were okay). I am keeping them in the coop for the next couple weeks full-time to get them to adjust to it being "home"... I have 3 windows at roost height and they get a pretty good cross breeze but I'm worried now that there's still not enough. I'm in San Diego pretty close to the beach, so it doesn't get TOO extreme with temp fluctuations but I am considering adding louvered vents up top and screen door inserts in their clean out doors (hardware cloth) for good measure. In the winter when it can get down to about 45 in the wee hours, will all of this "ventilation" turn to "drafty" for the girls? I guess I don't understand the difference and I've read repeatedly about the need for good ventilation and the absolute need for no drafts... could someone please explain retaining ventilation without drafts?