About a month ago stupid negligent me had left the coop door open and a predator came and killed a couple of my chickens I had 5, so then I ended up with 3. Ever since then, the remaining 3 will not go in the coop to roost. We have to go find them every single night when I let them out and pluck them from their trees and I'm getting sick of it. It often ends up being a family affair, since the chickens are more likely to allow themselves to be picked up by the kids if they are so high up we have to knock them out of the tree instead of picking them up. I've locked them in the coop for 3-4 days straight. Also, I bought some new hens and during the isolation period I gave them alternating days outside so for weeks on end, the chickens were locked up every other day. But they still insist on roosting outside when I let them out for the day. So now I've combined all the chickens. The new chickens hang around the coop in the evening and then just go in there when they see me coming (it's like they are waiting for the older hens to show up before they can roost) but we're still having to go get the other hens. Last night I decided to just lock them all in there for a week. But I thought I'd check here first. Is there something I'm missing? They roosted in the coop just fine before this happened... automatic feeders and waterers and the coop is quite well ventilated. Though our temps have not been hot here, we've been ranging in the 60s and 70s mostly this summer with a few days in the 80s, so I don't think it's temperatures. So, will a week in lock-down help? Or can i try something different? I'm at a loss.