I'm a super-duper brand new chicken owner and long-time lurker/learner who's really enjoying her chicks! I need help/feedback on our coop and it's ventilation... We up-cycled a playhouse that my amazing father-in-law built years ago for my children. It's predator-proofed at this point and I want to move our chicks into it soon, but I'm worried that it'll be too drafty since it has (mesh covered) windows on 3 sides and wide mesh covered doors on the South side. South Side: (I plan on trying the DLM so that is a piece of plywood for holding in the pine shavings) We also up-cycled a piece of an extra pool cover that came with our house as a roof wrap and as a wind and rain curtain (I plan on weighing the bottom to reduce flapping in high winds): West Side: North Side: (This is where I'm about to build the run and cut the chicken door) East side: (This is where external nesting boxes will be installed well before these tiny chicks need them ) I'm in Dallas, TX so it gets HOT in the summer...that's why I decided to make the big clean-out doors out of mesh. BUT the roosts will be at the height of all those cute round windows! Do I need to cover the windows on 3 sides and let the doors bring in air? Or cover 2 sides and always use the curtain at night to reduce and drafts?? HELP! Thank you!! Whitney PS In case it matters, I have a mixed flock of Marans, BLR Wyandottes, Ameraucanas, and Welsummers.