Hi everyone! My 6 chicks just turned 4 weeks old. I finally finished the coop and run for the girls, and I'm wondering about putting them outside now. It's in the upper 90's during the day and mid to low 70's at night. I just found out that I have to have shoulder surgery on Tuesday of this coming week, so I'm trying to get them out of the house and into their coop before then. I have a few questions: 1) do they need to be acclimated to the outside temps or just do it all at once? They have plenty of shade, and I'll post pics down below 2) do I put them in their coop myself at night or just allow them access to it? I didn't know if they needed to be kept in the coop overnight or if they could just do as they please. 3) any special ideas to make the transition easier? They've been in my bedroom in a kennel wrapped in wire mesh since the day I got them. They were two days old. They are now down to a heat lamp temp of 86 only if they sit in front of it, which they rarely do. ANY advice is greatly appreciated, I know I've asked some of these questions before, but I'm just so nervous to make a mistake and one of them pays the price for it. I want to do everything right for them!! Thanks again!