So I have 3 Dominique pullets and 1 Dominique cockerel (all about 16 wks old) and we have been letting them free-range for the past week or two just for about three hours before bedtime. Well, for the past couple of nights when I go out to check on them to lock the run up and make sure they made it into their coop, I have found them roosting high up in this one particular tree instead of in their coop. My husband and I then have to go remove them which they HATE, evidenced by their squawking and screaming their heads off. They seem very content to stay in the tree with their little toes wrapped so tightly around the small branches--they are so quiet and don't make a peep when they are up there! What should I do to make them want to go into their coop? Could they be too hot in it and prefer the open-air of the tree? Or perhaps they feel more secure up there and don't want to be with the rooster? (he is too big to fly up into the tree--he couldn't make it). I just don't want this to turn into a nightly ordeal that we have to go through. Thanks for any advice!!