I am planning the location of ventilation windows in our shed conversion. On the west facing wall I want to turn the space above the rafters (At 8 feet) into a storage loft. I plan on putting the roost under that loft, the only place I can place a window for ventilation on that wall is right about the same height I want to put the roost (below the rafters). In the winter it will be closed off with a glass garage door window (I will keep other higher ventilation open in the winter), but in warmer weather it will be open (except the hardware cloth covering it). Is there any reason why the roost should not be next to a window in warmer months? I'm thinking of keeping the windows open from mid-April thru mid-November (after and before heavy frost in our area), our temps can range from 30-40 at night and 40-60 during the day in the spring and fall months and 50-70 at night and 70-90 during the day in the summer. I could also place the ventilation higher, above the rafters in the loft, and not close it in the winter, but I'm not sure if we'd get the maximum benefit from it during the summer months. OR do we do both and leave the top open all year and the bottom open in warmer weather. Here is the wall in question marked with the black box, part of this side of the coop wall is inside the larger open shed.