We're a couple of days in, and I'm not sure it's going very well. I have a very generous chicken run...a 6'X9' enclosure with an additional 4'X8' under the chicken coop as well as an attached, un-covered run that adds another 300 square feet of space. Poor Waldo (named after the Waldo Canyon Fire) spends all day hiding in the far corner of the extended run, hiding behind a tree stump and some lumber that is stacked against the side of the garage. I've brought food and water over to his little corner because he seems afraid to approach the other two feeders I have set out.
Every night so far, I've had to play "Where's Waldo". I've gone out after dark and found him huddled in that corner and picked him up and carried him to the coop. In the morning he waits for everyone else to exit, waits about 10 minutes and then makes a dash out to his corner.
The funny thing is, he's already considerably bigger than all of the hens and quite a studly looking fellow. I also find it funny that while he hides in the corner, he still crows from that location. Seem's a bit silly to go through all that effort to hide, just to announce your hiding place so loudly.