I have a pretty sizeable back yard and have just started to let the ladies out to explore. At first it was great because they would stay close to their coop and scratch around under the bushes. Now they are making there way closer to me. I work in the garden while they are out so I can keep an eye on them, and I saw one try to take a bite of the azalea bush leaf. We also have an avocado tree that I had all the bottom branches cut and clean up any fallen leaves, but watching their every move is tiring and I can't get anything done. My husband said that chickens will know what not to eat and that I can relax a bit more, but once I saw my favorite little girl nipping at the azalea I was in a panic. I also have beans and peas and tomatoes in the garden - which I am able to shoo them out of easily, but I feel like I can't just let them out for an hour and not be nervous and watching them the whole time. Is this normal?