Hi everyone, My enclosed run is 8'x12' with an elevated 4'x8' hen house inside of that space. My question is, where do I put windows in the hen house? How high up on the walls? The top of the hen house is completely open (secured with half inch hardware cloth) then the metal roof is sloped above that with about an 8" air gap in between. I want to put in some hinged plexiglass windows so we can see inside the henhouse, and for additional ventilation so I can leave the windows open during warm weather. So what is the best height to put the windows? Above the roost so a draft won't hit the birds at night? Or is that stupid because then the windows are too close to the open top? And if they're up too high it will be hard to see in. Near floor level to get a "chimney effect" going? Or am I overthinking this and just put them in the middle? Thanks.