So, one of our WCBPs, Tilly, has had her head feathers coming in somewhat unevenly. When she started transitioning from her chickie fluff to her big girl feathers, she had a little spot that looked somewhat bald. I have the hunch that the others have been pecking at the pink spot they can see on her head. I expected it to fluff up and fill in as the sheathes came off her feathers, but it actually seems worse. There isn't any blood, but the feathers don't seem to be filling in as they should. She is starting to look like a little Friar Tuck! Her sister, Milly has a full fluffy head of feathers, so it isn't just because she has fluffy "hair" that they are pestering her. I haven't actually seen them peck her, but the question is, does this look like feather picking? If so, what can I do to stop it? Hubby and I upgraded their brooder from a plastic tub (a BIG one) to an old baby playpen today in hopes that more space would give them more to do. They have a roosting stick in the brooder and I scatter some treats for them a couple of times a day to give them something to scratch for. We haven't built our coop yet (this week's project), and short of moving them to a coop, what could I do to give them more to do other than pick at poor Tilly's head?