Each night, I go outside after sundown and lock the door to the henhouse. My girls free range for an hour or so before sunset and until now, it's never been an issue - they always went to bed on their own. Well the last few days, I would lock up the henhouse as usual (not looking inside) and the next morning, surprise, my Gold Laced Wyandotte would be wandering the yard, while her three sisters were in the henhouse and/or run. Tonight, I wanted to make sure that she was in the henhouse with her sisters and sure enough, she wasn't! So, I looked everywhere with a flashlight and finally heard her and glanced up and SHE WAS IN A TREE! About four feet off the ground, nestled into the branch of a lemon tree in my backyard. Anyway, I told her that she was not at camp, and even though she wanted to sleep there it wasn't safe, so I moved her (while she protested) to her henhouse. A reminder that these beautiful animals shouldn't be living in battery cages.