Hi all, I'm a newbie to this (as will become apparent!). I have 4 chicks, all around 12 weeks old. I moved them outside to their coop about 3 weeks ago, and opened their run to them 2 weeks ago. So, they're comfy in their new home, all is apparently well--normal pooping, eating, drinking, etc. It's been pretty warm here, but they hang out under their coop where it's covered, I have a fan, extra cold water, a mister, and the run shaded. All good there. I'm still in the process of weaning them off their light in the coop (I know! I know! I totally babied them!). They head up into the coop once the suns sets by themselves, no issue. The three chicks (Speckled Sussex, Buckeye, Cuckoo Maran) are cool with everything. They settle in, eat and drink a bit, then just lay down to sleep--they do have a roost that they're gradually using. No problems there! Now, this other chick (an Easter Egger) seems to *completely* freak out once she gets in there. She has a favorite spot (in the window) so immediately gets up there and starts panting and generally looking panicked. Their light is on. It's not hot in there at all. What can I do? She never pants during the day (when it's actually hot!), she acts normal (well, normal for her anyway), but I hate seeing her like this. I think as the night goes on she settles down because she's totally fine in the mornings when I let them out. This behavior seems to have started in the past two weeks that they've had access to the run. But no one else does this. I mean, she has the least pleasant personality of the bunch, very flighty and nervous, doesn't like human contact, etc.--will she eventually settle down? Or is there something else going on? Thanks for reading!