So our flock of nine week old chicks have been in their coop for one week. They have a nice-sized run and since hooking up the electricity, my husband and I no longer have to play "catch the fourteen chickens and toss them to the person inside the coop" to get them in at night. They now just go inside when the automatic light comes on at dusk. My question is this: Every time we check on them, whether it is before we go to bed or in the morning, they are huddled in front of the people door. I'm surprised they don't fall out when we open the door. They have three nice roosts made from 2 x 4's and lots of nice straw, but they seem scared or something. Does it just take time before they get used to their new space. They are very secure with a lock on their chicken door and a steel human door. Thanks in advance.