So today I moved my 15 hens outside to their coop. Its supposed to hit the 30s for the next week so I thought itd be a good time for the move. Plus the coop has lots of windows so theyll get some good passive solar heat from the sun. They are 3 months old now and were living in my garage in a pen heated to around 43F. I moved them out there this afternoon. Its about 30F in there right now and Im sure itll drop more tonight. I put a heat lamp in there with them and gave them plenty of bedding. They were pretty vocal when I went out there to check on them a little bit ago. They were all stuffed into one of the corners...one of the corners away from the heat lamp?! Whats the deal with that? Should I move it to where they naturally go huddle? Granted, it is around the time they go to sleep, but I thought theyd be under the heat lamp. I put some extra straw around them but couldnt break them up to put some in the corner where they were stuffed. Some of them are also stuffing their heads underneath other chickens? The coop is pretty well sealed except for a slit along the top of the roof that is about 8ft by 1inch or so. I dunno... Im kinda worred about them being out there tonight and the stress they are having cause they sounded kinda ticked. Anything I should be aware of on their first nights out there?