Hello! My name is Susan and I live on six acres in Pennsylvania. The other day, three chickens began to show up at my bird feeders. I think that they might be Rhode Island Reds and it appears that there is one rooster and two hens. I don't know if they were blown in by the recent storms, or have just wandered into my yard and go home somewhere to roost at night, although I don't know of any immediate neighbor owning chickens. I don't mind feeding them, but my husband is not a big fan of chickens, so I have no plans on building a coop to keep them. I guess my question is: What do I do? I've checked with immediate neighbors and no one has, or is missing chickens. The chickens keep their distance when I approach. How far would chickens wander? Maybe they live further away than I think. Is there a chicken rescue group? I have heard that it is very difficult for an inexperienced person to catch them. If I thought they would survive long term, I'd just leave them alone, but once winter comes, they would be goners. Thanks for any advice offered.