Depending on their mood, they either roost inside with the chickens or on the roof of the coop. Sometimes when they fly down from the roof, they end up outside the fence. Then the silly birds just go round and round the run instead of flying back in. But I just open the gate, and they follow me right in. I am really enjoying them. (note: they aren't old enough to breed yet, and the two jakes have just started displaying and strutting. check back later to see how I feel) They are much more curious than the chickens. They come running up in a big flock whenever we get near the fence hoping for a handout. The chickens have started following them just in case food is in the offing. As far as shelter goes, I keep them inside the electric netting as much as possible to keep them away from dogs and coyotes, but they are big enough now that I'm not sure much else would mess with them. The weather so far doesn't bother them much. They will rest under the coop or in any other shade they can find on a hot afternoon. Other than that, they are on a constant wander for food. The only chicken I have that is like that is my Egyptian Fayoumi hen. She walks right with them, even though they are many times her size.