unusual behavior, I had 2 black free range wild Hawaiian hens brooding, sitting next to each other, they dont usually like each other, they hatched one egg each within 2 days of each other, the 1st moms chick died, so she sat outside the other hens box? walked around, calling and trying to feed her chick? the 2nd hen was still sitting. her chick hatched and she was trying for a 2nd egg? I felt so bad for the first hen and did not think the 2nd chick looked good, so I picked up (2) week old chicks. brought them home left them in a box so they could hear the hens, and the hen could hear them, couple of hours later let them out of the box into the nest . the first hen jumped in and took on the 2 chicks. the 2nd hen did loose the chick, but she is co parenting the adoptive chick? ( the 2nd adoptive chick went missing? ) now the chick doesnt know which to follow they both sit on him, feed him, call him, and the strangest thing is they come back to the box and BOTH hens squeeze in with him.? this is so cute and sad. I have never seen 2 hens mothering 1 chick? adopted and already a week old? (the chick is a 11 day male wyandotte very cute) not sure what to expect but so far so good?