Ok so, this is my first time purchasing some babies. I dont have a ton of experience with chicks. I have one chick that was hatched by one of my hens, so she did all the work for me. That baby has grown quite well and is healthy. I have the chicks set up in a tote in a room that we keep reptiles in (I know, that just seems cruel but it's the warmest place in the house lol), so it's nice and warm in there at around 85F to 89F. We shouldn't have to keep them inside much longer since the cold temps have mostly left us here in central Florida. Right now I have them on newspaper, but will change to Aspen soon. When should I do that? Also, I was wondering if I should put something in there for them to perch on? Do chicks that young like to perch? Here is a picture of their set up for now: I know they grow fast, and won't be able to stay in there for long, but I was just wondering if it's set up ok for right now. If there is anything I should be doing differently, please let me know! I just checked on them, and they have calmed down nicely. They are chirping, but it's a more calm chirp. One of them is even sounding like a little song bird, it's so cute. I feel like if they were too stressed or cold, they would still be chirping loudly and not settled in.