Hi All, With the temps here yesterday in the low 70's everybody was out enjoying the fabulous day. I opened the freeloaders (as they have not started lying yet, getting close) coop to see how warm it was in there but was pleasantly surprised that it was nice and cool. So I opened the screen door since it was so nice. I did not realized until I went to check on them after dark and noticed that I did not shut the screen door. The girls usually roost on the far side of the coop but with the door open they were on the side of the door which got me to thinking that when it gets into summer here I would want to keep the screen door open a tad for the cooler night air but only want it open about 6 to 8 inches and this is why I need a little help. Can anyone come up with a way to lock the door in place so that it is only open the 6 " and not rattle back and forth with the wind. I would think that would drive them crazy hearing that all night Here are a few pictures of the doors This is the coop door with the screen door closed Here is the coop door open The coop door closed and the screen door open and this is how I would like it open at night with some kid of latch or something that would keep it in place without rattling back and forth. I might just be over thinking this.