Hello BTC Community, My coop is enclosed in a large dog run surrounded by seven foot fences. I let my flock free-range during the day. The side fence is cinderblock, and the other day when I came home one of my RIRs was sitting atop looking out. She jumped back into the coop by the time I got out of my car. Tonight, I did a before-bed headcount and she was missing. I searched everywhere, after seeing no sign of a predator attack. My wife and I noticed fresh droppings on the top of the wall and finally found her deep inside the neighbor's hedge, just bedded down. I returned her to her coop, which I close at night once they all go inside. Does anyone else have this problem? She didn't go far, and I think she just bedded down because it was dark. I have a light in my coop, so she could have made her way back. For all I know, she goes over the fence all the time and gets back in as easily as she got out. I want to discourage her from leaving the relative safety of my fenced, back-yard dog run. All of them like their coop and go in by themselves when it gets dark. I don't want to keep them penned. Is this behavior others have encountered and did you worry about it? Thanks for your help.