I have 4 peafowl and 10 chickens that I have brought up since 1 week old and are now about 5 months old. 95% sure that I have at least 1 Peacock and the other 3 are female and all hens no roosters. I live on 4 wooded acres and they all free range during the day with open access to their coop which is 8ft x 8ft and 12ft tall. My peafowl NEVER leave my property and I have never had a issue with that at all, they stay right with the hens all day. So, here is where I need some advice and help. I've kept chickens for many years so I have the knowledge to care for them but this is a first for me in keeping peafowl. I did not just jump into it I did my research and educated myself on keeping peafowl. However, it blows my mind that my peafowl would rather roost about 8 feet off the ground in an open tree rather then in the secure coop that is free of outdoor elements and predators! My chickens obviously go right in at dusk as usual but not the peafowl even though they are all 1 big flock that always sticks together. I'm very worried not about predators but more so the weather. I live in upstate NY with extremely harsh winters that last for at least 6 months with temperatures dropping to -20 for weeks at a time with bitter wind gusts and feet of snow. During the summer it wasn't a huge deal if they were in the tree but now it's concerning. They were up in the tree in the pouring rain soaked last night and the temp was 33 degrees. I got the ladder out and physically carried each one out of that freakin tree and put them inside their coop. Is there any trick in the book that will get them to just go in at night without keeping them cooped up all day?? They are so good about staying around I don't want to punish them all winter by not letting them and the chickens out. Any advice that I haven't already tried would be greatly appreciated!!