This isn't your normal "wait till they're roosting and zoned out and carry them to the new coop" situation. My free range chickens decided they like the tree in front of my house, which they can jump/fly to from the front porch. That is unless they decide they want to roost on the front porch, which I forbid, if I'm around. I'll have 20 chickens in my tree easy. I built a coop in the back yard where they belong. It has lots of nesting boxes, roosting rods, sun-roof, ventilation, etc. I put a 10lb bag of layer crumbles in there do they care? NOOOoooooo.... They just free range and go back to the tree. I've tried grabbing the ones I can reach to place them in the new coop (hens first of course) but the next day they're back in the tree with the rest of the flock. Winter's coming and I'm concerned they'll just freeze themselves to death being the dumb birds they are (although they are heritage breeds that free range through the winter so they can't be too dumb). Should I just get a pellet gun, hollow point the flock and start over?