I mean, the chicken, who thinks she's a duck. This little Silver Spangled Hamburg pullet, is a riot. I had a rabbit hutch inside the duck house for the 3 babies, two call ducks and the Hamburg, she's too young to go with the big girls, though she's about 8 weeks old. The ducklings are about 4 weeks. I now have 3 pullet chicks in the brooder, but too young to be her friends. She loves those ducks, anyways. Started the introduction process, and that went well with the 3 big ducks. Yesterday I pulled the rabbit hutch out since they quit sleeping in it. Made a mental note to give the chicken a roost, told husband, and we both forgot. Tonight when I went to lock them up at near dark, she was standing around in the run calling to me. I went and got her (she also LOVES human attention) and took her inside. I found a piece of fallen tree, just the right size for a corner roost. Had husband get his screw gun. So I'm sitting there holding this branch in place, and that little pullet new exactly what it was for. But instead of flying on it, she flies on top of my head. Husband walks back in, to me sitting there with the roost in place and a chicken on my head. We get it in place and I set her on it, and she settled in quite pleased with it. So, the little pullet has her own place to sleep in the duck house. She's such a riot! Those little call ducks were mad that she was up high, but they settled in surprisingly near the almost grown girl ducks. At some point I need to convince her she needs to buddy up with the other pullets and put her in the chicken side. She can't sit pool side forever with those ducks! I gave her a pan of sand in the duck run so that she could dust bathe while the ducks swim. She's figured out exactly how to be a chicken while living with ducks. But she shows no inclination or desire to live with the chickens. With "her" ducks... who were hatched by a broody hen, so perfectly happy to have a chicken to run with. See? She'll sit poolside.