We will be fencing the llamas pasture and setting up the coop in the next two weeks. The chicks will be around 4-5 weeks old and two will be older, 11 weeks. Many of the littlest ones are nearly fully feathered already! We do have colder nights still, but it should change dramatically this month. The land we are building on has no power and I was wondering about a "night light". I read that younger ones feel more secure with one. I could start turning the light off here, but that would make them colder till the weather changes. How about a solar light out near their coop? Would that work? Do lights encourage or discourage predators?