I received two RP turkey as a rescue from the DNR. They are tom and hen. Can not put an age to them but I would guess they are sill young. Here is my issues / questions. We made a pen for them approx 10x14 with a hutch they can go into. Did the research on here for some door sizes and nest box size etc. There is a covered roost which neither of them use. My hen sleeps on top of the hutch with a covering of tarps on the top (approx 2 feet taller than the hutch) and two sides over that and the tom sleeps in the corner, opposite corner of the pen. This includes snow, rain and freezing rain. No sheilding from the elements as the tarps . Any suggestions on how I can coax him to sleep somewhere warmer? I have thought about locking them in the hutch over night but I would hate to take away their freedom on going outside. Could it be a mating thing and he feels like he needs to sleep where he can keep an eye on everything for his lady? Should I remove the tarps which should force them to use the hutch? Am I just being over protective? Surley if he was freezing his butt off he would seek better shelter right.... right?