My turkeys have taken to sleeping in an aspen tree. No, I won't cut it down. I built them a beautiful 10x10x10 shed, with nesting boxes and lots of perches. I have about a dozen chickens and a roo that have adopted the shed (instead of their own chicken coop!) I took the turkeys from the brooder to the shed. THe door is split in half, so we opened the top half, and some windows and let them live in there until they were big enough to fly out on their own. Thinking this would teach them that it is their home. Half of them have made it back to the barn (where the brooder is), the larger ones have taken to the trees. All of their food and water is near or in the shed, but at night, they still take to the trees. The ones in the barn, i can catch nightly, and move them to the shed until they get it. BUt I can't reach the ones in the trees. We have processed all our holiday turkeys and the rest are my breeding stock, but I need them to stay in their home. Last year, we ended up giving up and letting them live in the barn. Several of them laid eggs there, but we noticed the hens would actually leave our property to lay eggs and brood them, where they were not protected, and coyotes got them. I really want them to like their coop and lay in their coop so that I can hatch the eggs and not feed my local pack of coyotes. Any ideas?