Hi! I got 15 buff Orpington chicks this morning and all are thriving and well, eating and drinking and having periods of play and rest, I did a lot of research prior to getting them and everything I read said to keep a part of the box at 95 degrees the first week, so I put a thermometer in there and when I put the girls in this AM it was about 93-94. At first they went right under there and warmed up but after the first 1/2 hour they spread out and mostly have been avoiding the area, so I adjusted the lamp and dropped the temp to just under 90 but they were still pretty much avoiding it. I just raised it again it seems like they are totally not interested. They mainly stay just to the outside of the light and some even stay at the far end of the box. They are in my living room and the room temp is 75. Just wondering if some chicks are just more comfortable at lower temps than prescribed or if I am doing something wrong. Thanks!