Hi All Looking for some insight here. My husband and I live in western PA. We have two Royal Palm turkeys that we've raised from Poults on our farm. Since they moved outside last August, they had been living in a dual-purpose flight pen that we also housed pheasant in (surprisingly, everyone got along very well). Needless to say, my intent has always been to allow them to free range. Right now, I allow them out in the afternoon, and lock them back in at night. I've been reading recently about how some folks don't actually coop their turkeys in a physical coop, but have a turkey "lean-to" structure, or a few roosts available to them instead. Mine do fly when startled, and roost at night when they sleep. We are considering raising Bobwhite quail in late spring, and would love to use the flight pen for those, once they're old enough to move outside. But I would be concerned about moving the quail into a pen where the turkey live. Has anyone had success moving turkeys out of a coop? My big concern is predators (will they be able to protect themselves? If they're roosting at night, will they still be in great danger? Obviously they're not as vulnerable as chickens size-wise, but still...) and negative interactions with wild turkey this coming spring? Thoughts thank you!