First off, I was walking to the coop this morning to let my girls and a few boys out (all ranging from 8 weeks to 12 weeks old) and I thought I heard a sorry crow. Had no idea who it came from. Then later that day I was in the run and heard it again, just a little better. I looked over and low and behold it turned out to be my white crested black polish....bummer, I was hoping she was a she... Now the red light. I had the red light on a timer so it would turn on at 8 pm and and go until 8 in the morning. Then I realized...my girls are big enough to go the night without light. So I turned it off and went inside. Shortly later I had stepped out side and heard the chickens crying. So being the nice chicken parent that I am I went to comfort them. (now, they normally all gather around the light and sleep on the floor) When I open the coop the chickens were everywhere...one in the watering dish, couple in nesting boxes, 1 smart enough to roost, and about 5 piled by the door. The bottom 2 where actually stuck between a nesting box and the wall. I had to gather everyone up and show them the roosts. Is it normal for them to have a hard time weening themselves off of their nightlight?