My pullets have been living in their coop since early September and in just the past week or so, two of my girls (and once all of them, but usually just two) have been choosing to roost in the run instead of going into the coop at night. I don't feel that the run is as secure, and so I have been ferrying them into the coop - my BR will let me pick her up, but my EE doesn't like it, but will perch on my arm and I carry her over. It's becoming a routine that I'm not super into - especially since DW is afraid of them, and if I'm not home until very late, they're out in the run because she won't move them in. Once I put them in, they get right up on the roost and go to sleep, but it's a habit I'd like to break. I don't want to remove the roosts in the run, because they use them during the day - and it would be annoying to put them in and take them out at night since they're natural branches and I don't want to damage them. Does anyone have any advice on how to get my girls to go in - they did it just fine for over a month, so I'm not sure what the issue is. I'm in Georgia, by the way, and the weather is just starting to get a little chilly at night (50s-60s), so I'm wondering if this is part of the issue?