First of all I have to say that the dumbest thing I ever did was raise guinea chicks in my house this summer. I usually raise them at the barn. So I have guineas trying to get in the back door, messing up the decks, eating my flowers, digging up the lawn, peering in the windows following me as best they can when they see or hear me move through my house....well you get what I mean...they are a pain. My problem is that I really don't know what to do with them this winter. Now they roost in trees, but I'm not sure I'll be able to sleep at night if they are out in freezing & wet weather. Are they OK out in the elements? Or is it time to build a coop? I don't think putting them at the barn now would work - they think I'm their mother and would undoubtedly stalk me back to the house, not to mention that I've had severe predator problems at the barn. [which is why I moved all my fowl to the backyard this year]. Any ideas would be very much appreciated.