Need some advice here folks. Of the new replacement birds that we got back in Jan/Feb, a few of them do not want to stay in their pen. I enclosed a 25x60 pen for them to roam in during the day. Their house, feed, water, etc., are in this pen. One of my neighbors approached me yesterday and told me that one of the Partridge Rocks is laying on his deck in a flower pot, has been on his roof, etc., for a couple of weeks now. I caught her and found out that she had escaped getting her wings clipped, so I immediately trimmed both wings. About 5 minutes later when I was working in the garden, I watcher her hop on top of a 4.5' fence and head back out into the yard. I also have a couple of others that like to hop out into the yard and get into the garden. I don't like it but will tolerate it as long as they don't start wandering the neighborhood. First reaction is to sell her to someone else and let them deal with it, but before I do, I thought I'd ask here if any of you experienced chicken farmers have any good solutions to getting your birds to stay at home.