I finally moved my chickens into their coop and their completed run. They spent about 24 hours in the coop, and then I put them out at about 4 PM yesterday. I was impatient to have them admire our hard work on the run, so I picked them up one by one and put them down in the run. I tried to show two of them the little gangway in and out by putting them halfway up it, with mixed results. Last night when I went to tuck them in, they were huddled under the coop. I had to chase them down to get them back inside. I swore that this morning I would let them come out on their own and get used to the gangway, but after opening their door at 7 AM, at 11 I finally herded them out of the coop and down the gangway. I'm wondering if they will figure out to go back UP the gangway to get back in again, or if I will have to chase them around again tonight... Will they figure it all out on their own? Or do I need to do a PowerPoint presentation? How long will it take them? The youngest two are about 2 months old and the oldest two are about 4 months old.