I just finished moving my guineas to the big chicken coop today. I have a chicken wire fence dividing the 2 sections so they can see each other. Those guineas are now huddled in the corner freaked out at all the chickens. The guineas are in a completely covered area with a ladder roost inside the coop, they can go in and out of the coop into a covered fenced in area, I added alot more hay to the ground for added warmth. They did eventually come outside in the snow to investigate the new digs, the funny thing is they were eating the snow and my chickens won't get out in it. Well tonight they were still outside but huddled on the ground in a corner, I feared they would freeze to death if they weren't moved. I hurded them back into the coop and squatted down shining the flashlight on the roost talking softly to them. They each got up on the roost and after a bit finally settled down together. Now my question is will I have to go outside tomorrow night and do this again? Or will they know automatically where to roost?