I built a little brooder to keep the babes in the laundry room until they can go out to the real coop. The brooder is 2' x 3' and 2' tall. The top is covered with rabbit-type mesh which extends down 1' in the front where it opens and I can then bend the mesh back for access to the babes' water, food and for cleaning. When I do this two of my girls want to fly over the 1' high wall of the front. My girls really like to stretch their wings... They are two weeks old today. Is there a good way to train/encourage them to not try to fly the coop/brooder?? I'm afraid they will get hurt (i.e., stuck behind the washer/dryer or something. Although they might actually come to me.... Everytime I go in the brooder, they just want attention and climb right up on my hand and try to climb up my arm.