Hello everybody! First post here. I actually just finished building a big coop/run, 8' x 10' x 6' high. I'm just about to build some roosts and was thinking I'd like to do something to allow them to make use of all that height. We've also just trimmed a lot of dead wood from the orange and peach trees, so I've got tons of great natural branches I can use. Help me to brainstorm this if you would, I've never really seen what I want to do done before (for all I know there's a very good reason for that). I'm thinking to leave the left side of the coop (the side I enter through) open space, but put lot's of branches on the right side all the way up so that they can hop from branch to branch to get up there. Also I'd like to enclose a small section of that side for them to get into on cooler nights (I'm in southern CA on the coast, so cool really isn't really that cool though). Anybody ever done something like this? Are they likely to go up that high, or is that just a waste of effort? At the moment the new coop is only framed out and has been covered with hardware cloth as well as has the roof on. No 'furniture' so to speak.. I have 1 Ameracauna hen, 2 cuckoo maran hens, and one rooster of unknown breed.. Thanks for your help!