March is still pretty winter-y here in Alberta (Canada, we are the province above Montana). My first baby chicks will arrive on Wednesday (10 Red Stars). I am keeping them in my porch in their brooder box for the first 4-5 weeks like recommended. However I read that you can let them outside if it's warm for short periods, it stated "warm" as being 65 F or warmer (which is like late May and June weather for us!). In late mid-late March we will probably get temperatures up in the 40's and 50's probably in April. Is it ok to let them outside for short amounts of time as 2 or 3 week olds in those temperatures? Here that feels really warm, especially when the sun is beating down and I know other animals here are acclimated to it. But maybe they'll be too young? I don't want to try it and end up losing any chicks!