My 4 chicks have been in a plastic tote for about a week and a half and should be around that age except for the Ameracauna who looks several days older. I think they are going to need more room within a week. They keep trying to fly out of the tote and run up my arm when I'm changing food/water. The tiny little Wyandotte has just about made it out. I let them outside today on the back brick porch in the sun for about 5 min. They seemed to enjoy meandering around together over a wider area and took lots of short flights stretching their pin-feathered wings. I'm thinking of moving them into a small coop & run on the porch for during the day. I'll provide them with a heat lamp in a more enclosed area and they'll have more access to explore away from the light if they choose. I'll bring them inside at night (garage) until I move them to their more secure permanent coop which doesn't have electricity yet. What do you think? Are they too young or is this a reasonable adjustment? Thanks in advance.