Here's an old play house that I'm converting to a coop for 5 (for now) turkeys. Almost have the coop secured and will work on the run this weekend. It's 8X12, Front window will be inside the run and I'll be using Plexiglas on the shutter windows, the side shutter windows will be covered with plywood, but can still be opened during the day. I closed off the back window because there is little light coming in from that direction and I think most predators will come from that direction. All windows have hardware clothe as well as the door and will also have fine screen placed on the inside because mosquitoes are really bad here in the summer. I put in a new floor and covered the entire floor under the plywood with hardware clothe. The run will be completely enclosed with no chicken wire, just welded fencing 6-7 feet high and over the top. Hardware clothe a few feet up the side and run out a couple feet all around the bottom to prevent predators from digging under. I'm putting in cement block buried under the gate to the run as well to prevent digging. The only predators that could get in are weasels(maybe) and a determined bear. I live in Northern Minnesota and we have every predator you can think of except grizzlies and polar bear. I have personally saw a wolverine here when I had a DNR employee with me. I'm thinking of electric fencing as well. Am I missing anything?? All suggestions would be appreciated.