So we finally finished our new coop today so our girls will have more room and be more secure. The irony is that while trying to get my girls into their new coop this evening, Ginger, our Ameraucana refused to go in so after trying to lure her in with mealworms and scratch and chasing her around the yard for a good while, I left her alone and put our old chicken tractor next to the new coop hoping she would eventually make her way into the old coop. Well, she's still not in there. After searching the bushes with a flashlight, I'm afraid she may have been nabbed. We were able to coax the other two in, but they were very skittish about going in. I'm wondering if there was a better way to transition them to the new coop. Should I leave the old tractor next to the new coop for a few days so they can sleep in the old one and explore the new one during the day, or will that just confuse things? I guess I should've researched this first...I've been so focused on getting the coop done and was so excited about it, I just assumed they would love it immediately...rookie mistake, I guess. Also, I noticed that while one of our hens stayed on the roosting bar after I placed her up there, the other one was roosting on the top of the nesting box, which is sloped quite a bit to avoid this very thing. Any advice is much appreciated!