My 13 week (or so) Black Star rescue has a habit of roosting overnight in a tree in my yard. I've been intercepting her in the afternoons and luring her into her coop to keep her safe at night. I was hoping she'd get used to the idea, but now she's trying to outmaneuver me. One afternoon she was up in the tree extra early so I shook it to make her come down, then lured her into the coop with treats. No problem. Next day, she refused the treats and wouldn't let me near her. I finally caught her and put her into the coop. I've been trying to avoid doing that because I didn't want it to be traumatic. Today, same thing. She followed me and the treats right to the coop door but then turned around and walked away. Again I had to catch her and put her in the coop. I don't want this to be a test of wills (although I think that ship has sailed) but I also don't want to allow her to roost in a tree overnight because of predators (although I live in a suburban area). Any suggestions on how to make her choose the coop at night? There's a perch and food and water and it's a clean and secure place. Think this will change when she starts laying? Or when the baby chicks I have in the brooder can join her in the coop? It breaks my heart to have to force her in the coop, but her safety comes first. Ideas?