Hi, We have 2 welsh harlequin pet drakes that were born in April. They are full size now and are handsomely sporting their big boy feathers. We have an 8x16 foot fully enclosed run - 1/2 wire cloth sides and top with buried or aproned cloth surrounding the run. The run includes a pond (with an attached aquaponics system for cleaning/filtering the water) and of course separate water and feeder. We coop them up in a smaller coop each night and let them out early the next morning. We are going to be away for 3 nights for the first time since owning them. My question is: should we hire someone to come and coop them up each night and let them out each morning knowing that they will need to wait a bit longer since we usually have them out around 5am and don't expect someone else to be here that early or should we just let them stay out all night if they so choose still protected by their run? Either way we will have someone checking on them daily to make sure their water and food supplies are good but I'm just wondering if it's worth the extra trouble of cooping them up for these days when we've taken all precautions to predator proof the run to the full extent this site has educated us on? Thanks for your time!