My chicks are going to be 6 weeks old on Tuesday. They've been outside since 4.5 weeks. I had to train them to go into their coop at night. I had been leaving a night light on. That didn't seem to be keeping them in, so I locked them in the coop for a few days.......then the weather came. We got torrential downpours for a few days so I left them locked in the coop. On the second morning of rain, a tornado took the coop and threw it about 25 feet into a fence. I found all 4 chicks and kept them in the house for a few days until I could rebuild their roof and run. They went back outside today. My question is, will I need to start all over again teaching them to go into the coop? They were starting to do really well until the weather hit. My other question is, do they have memories to know what happened to them last time they were in the coop? I guess I'll find out come dusk. Any insight would be appreciated though.