My chicks are cheeping so loudly they can be heard through two doors and a wall. I don't know why, though, they have plenty of food, clean water, and they aren't cold, because they aren't huddling together. It's 65 degrees in their brooder and outside their brooder, so if they shouldn't be hot and if they are, there's not too much I can do about it. They should have enough space, since there are four chicks and about eight square feet of space. They seem to be trying to have an escape movement, since they are charging all the deer netting windows. They keep cheeping as loudly as they can (all four of them) and wandering around, perching on their things and randomly flying around. What's my problem here? They're driving the whole house insane!