Hi all: I've gotten really great advice here, but I have more questions. Several folks have identified what I thought was an Americana or Auracauna, which I understand is a common mistake. Folks have said she is definitly an Easter Egger which is fine. She is pretty and sweet. I just want to be sure she is OK. See Edwina below She has tufts on her cheeks and a pea comb. She does have a tail, such as it is. Her collaring is grey and orange. Her eggs are more green than blue and the shells are very hard. [he was laying regularly for a while, then went through a mild molt. My chickens live out in a yard, have two coops but prefer to sleep in the trees. They are totally protected with wire top and sides. No day time or nocturnal predator problems for two years since I got those night time blinking red lights. She was a good layer for a while, got through her molt, but is still not laying. Not sure if it is because she is at the bottom rank of all the other chickens. She is very skittish, many of the others chase her away from the food and treat dishes. She does eat and drink after all the others. I check to be sure. She gets definitely gets her share , but in the mornring they really give her grief. When I'm around I run interference. I have three feeding stations and two big water feeders, so there is spreading around. She appears healthy in every way, but no more eggs? I read the article on the board that is posted and goes through all the reasons. What got out of it was that it could be stress but due to eating and drinking problems not relationship issues. No eggs more months. I investigated the entire area behind and under bushes as we all know some chickens find hiding places for the eggs from the play they all seem to lay. So what gives? Can anyone one give me some insight into what is going on her?