Here's a photo of our coop under construction. I could use some help based on my particular area and predators. I've done a lot of reading on here by doing searches etc. but I'm still not sure what to do. Predators- As you can see we are in a woodsy area and that is probably 50 acres of corn going to more woods in the distance. I've seen foxes around and I imagine raccoons are here too. I would like it to be 100% predator proof, so if something wants in, it can fool around all night and not make it haha. I've read about hardware cloth 19 guage. Is that by itself in the windows enough to keep things out? Or should I put on another layer of fencing or double hardware cloth? The stuff is expensive so I don't want to use more than I need. Ventilation- I live in Maryland, so our winters aren't like Maine, but we can have some pretty cold spells, also we are on top a hill so it can get windy. It's going to have 4 windows. The coop is 5 1/2 x 7. I imageine I might want to close all the windows in the winter to keep out wind? Should I leave vent space up where the roof meets the sides? I could use hardware cloth etc. to seal it. If that's a good idea, would I need to make them flaps to be able to close? Or would I leave them open all year long no matter what? Please let me know what you think. thanks!