Hi Everyone! I recently read somewhere about a man that never closes the front of his coop so it can have adequate ventilation. Of course now I can't seem to find that article or thread... This is my first winter with the girls and I was thinking about doing a similar thing after thinking about this for about a month. (overthink much?!) I have attached a photo of my coop- I am thinking of taking the acrylic off of the front lime green window. (it is secured with hardwire cloth as the acrylic was for the winter) Thoughts? The coop is 12 sq ft and I have three hens. The opening is around 30" h x 10" wide. I close the pop door at night and the roof is pitched up towards the from of the coop and from the roost. (which sits about 3' away from this front window.) I do not have any other vents or openings that would be open. I originally covered the windows with acrylic for the winter- but after monitoring humidity and temps in the coop I am realizing I need to open something up. Also- I have noticed that sometimes the relative humidity outside is quite high even in the winter if you get a real rainy day... I live on Long Island and our winters are sometimes mild and sometimes very harsh. I am confused between drafts and vents, but this window would be the furthest and highest point away from them sleeping at night.. Thanks for any and all help!