Last year I had one of my turkey hens insist upon nesting on top of the chickens' shelter in the netting. (Some of you may remember that.) I thought that was great because it helped protect her from predators while she was sitting. I also thought it was a fluke thing, because she didn't try it again. It's very unusual for turkeys to want to nest UP. Well, guess what...she's gone off and nested on top of another shelter, in the netting. I heard her squawking and being distressed like she wanted to lay an egg, but she was pacing on top of the little coop, so I didn't think much of it at first, but when she started scratching, I knew what she was up to. I threw a couple of empty feedbags up there, along with some old leaves, grass and sticks, made a tent under the netting, and let her go. I had a dead branch with some leaves still on it that I used as sort of a bower for her to hide under. She got all excited and fixed it up to her liking, with me adding some pine shavings to help pad it a little. Right after we got it all fixed up, she laid her egg. Looks like I'm going to have some more babies on the roof again this year!