I have 8 six month old pearl guineas that have always found their way back into the coop (with my bourbon red turkeys) every night. Last night, they decided that they would roost in the trees right next to the coop(first time). I didn't mind that much but we also got 6 inches of snow last night. It is now almost 11:00am and they are still in the trees. I have shovelled a nice opening in front of the coop as I always do and have put feed out in the coop and in the open where they can see it. My turkeys are out ranging in the yard and I am hoping that they will fly down when they are hungry and go back in the coop. They appear very happy and are moving around on branches so I don't think they are hurt in any way. Any other suggestions to get them down? Temps are mild and in the 30s but we are getting a cold spell in starting tomorrow. Thanks in advance.