Hey BYC gurus I have 5 silver laced wyandottes and 5 barred rocks that turned a week old on Thursday. They started out in the kitchen in a kiddie pool with a chicken wire top and a heat lamp. They now are getting their wing feathers and "flying" around like crazy. Pine shavings everywhere...lol Anyway, DH couldn't take it. So they are in the coop now with pine shavings and a large piece of plywood blocking most of the door. They have the heat lamp also. They seemed to love being able to run and flap around, and really liked the branch I put in there for them to roost on. They were sooo cute all lined up on it My question is, the temps here are in the 90's during the day, and the upper 70's/low 80's at night. I plan to run the lamp at night only for warmth and security for them. Will they be warm enough this way? Are they too young to be outside? I have no other chickens right now, so they are alone out there. What do you all think?