My brother in law caught one of the chickens left behind by a neighbor that moved away. This pullet is probably 5-6 months old, and has never had any human interactions. She is very skittish and runs away from us. We've had her for a couple of days now and try to keep her separated from my other hens by a welded wire fence (my BiL just released her in the backyard to interact with our chickens, so much for isolating her, although three of our chickens come from the same flock but we got them much younger, so at least they've been already exposed to the same stuff this new one has ). Right now i put her in a dog crate inside the coop so she can start learning to sleep there instead of trying to climb the trees. We got also a barred rock hen a couple of week ago that has become the new head hen, and she does not like the newcomer, that's another reason I keep them separate so they don't hurt each other too bad. Now, how can I work with this pullet to get her less afraid of humans? I know she stays still if I wrap her up in a towel and hold her, but I want her to at least stop being afraid of us and come when called, even if she never becomes a lap hen .