I have two questions. First, my 7 week old pullets got out last night. Long story short, we had 80 mph wind bursts and their temporary shelter tipped just enough. The neighbors caught the Wyandotte but the Maran is MIA. We left their run open last night with a box shelter under their coop with a blanket inside but she didn't return. There's a torrential rainstorm and wind out there until this afternoon. We searched through the rain for hours without a sign. The Wyandotte screamed for the Maran most of the night, it was so sad. What are the chances the Maran will find her way home? They've lived in that temporary coop for about a week. Second, my 3 month old pullets won't sleep on their roost. I can't figure out why. While searching for the Maran last night I peeked in on them using the flashlight and they were roosting on a 2x4 that I use to keep wood chips from falling out of the coop when I open the door. The 2x4 had fallen and was flat on the ground, so not much of a perch even. The roost I made for them was empty. Do you see any obvious reason why?