I've taken a few sick chicks (a couple months old) into my house for treatment- two silkies, two black copper marans, and an unknown black chick. The marans are pretty much silent unless I pick them up, and the unknown black chick chirps mostly a single note, but I've become convinced the silkies think they are songbirds, especially the little white one. It's literally downstairs singing as I type, high fast trills punctuated with low sharp wheeps, this thing is scaling notes up and down, round and round and it seems like it never stops. I actually though I HAD somehow gotten a wild bird caught inside somehow when I first heard it. Sometimes the grey one joins in and then they really get going! Is this normal? I mean, right now I'd really like to strangle them both just to get some peace and quiet in the house, but once they've been treated and put back out I think this would be a nice sound to hear amongst the other chickens. Is this just sick chattering or do silkies just sound more awesome than other chickens? I'll try to get a video with sound, but they like to stop when I get near their cage.