They did so good all day - they went in voluntarily and were scratching away at the new bedding and flying up on the new roosts. I was sure they were glad to have room to flap their wings since they are almost TEN weeks old and were still sleeping in a large dog crate in the kitchen. We "snuck" away when I was sure they had found their food/water and locked them up for the night. Next time we looked they were all lined up on a roost near a window watching us. I walked over, opened the top of the split door and the four of them raced over, jumped up on the door and tried to either get under my arm and on my shoulder. Can't help anthropomorphizing because it really seemed like they were saying, "yep, that was fun, now lets get in the house before it gets dark" I feel bad for my scared babies but, I guess I should say "big girls"!!! I'll be sure to bring them something special first thing in the morning ...who am I kidding??? I'm going out to check on them as soon as I hit "submit". I won't open the door - just peek in a window.