Now, I am often reading answers such as 6-8 weeks or fully feathered, but those people live in the colder states. I live in scorching Chandler, Arizona. It is a beautiful fall here, with the highs during the day in the high 80's and the lows at night around 60 (F). I have 4, almost three week old chicks living in a brooder in my house, but they are outgrowing it! I've already had to upgrade them twice, and don't have anything big/tall enough to move them to now! They are flying around everywhere; I even put a screen on top only for them to chirp unhappily when they bonk their heads. Since I live in a hotter state, where the weather for the next few weeks will stay about the same, I was wondering if it was too early to move them outside? Their coop is in a sunny area with bedding and is draft free. If I do move them now, should I provide a heat bulb too? Thanks for any help!