Hi! Need some advice or reassurance about our hens now wanting to roost in nearby trees. We have 26 16 week old chick/hens that are now looking to the nearby trees to roost. I have tried to encourage them to come into the coop at ngiht (where they are safe from predators and warm in the winter). Unfortunately they fly now fly higher into the trees. Aside from taking up tree climbing (lol), what more can I do. I may have "ruffled some of their feathers" by moving them from their chickhood home into the big girl coop. (I moved momma hen and her 5 babies to the chick home.) We added higher roosts and more space for them to fly up to as well as food, water, a fan plus a small nightlight to help them after dark. Each evening more hens are up in the trees. What are we doing wrong?