My newest girl - Agalena - is a bit older and bigger than the others. The first night she clucked a bit at dusk and then flew right into the coop with the other kids. Easiest integration ever - they all hang out together during the day and there isn't any squabbling - she accepted my 10 week old Silie cockerel as the boss right away - pretty funny really - she's a full grown (or almost) bantam mix and he's a peanut. She decided last night that she needed to roost on top of the coop. Now, this is a "wavy-stuff" metal roof - but she seems to want to be as high as she can get. The littlest of the others joined her - no problem. I watched, she's not getting kicked out and there's plenty of room...she just likes it up there I guess....so I did the only reasonable thing and gave her a branch! She settled on it immediately! The little munchkin went back in with the others of her own accord. My thinking is that if she's happy where she's roosting and it's a safe place - okey doke! Is there any reason I should try and "make" her go into the coop ?- ah, it's an open coop BTW. Am I correct in thinking that if the temps drop enough in Winter, she'll go on in to warm up with the other girls (and boy)? Thanks for any input.