Hello all, I have currently 7 Tetra tints, 3 bantam silkies. I went to a chicken swap this morning and bought two Yokohama chickens the same size as my Tetra's... I got home and was transferring into seperate kennel to familiarize them with the Tetras and one flapped out of my hands... Took off running and then flew into the woods. I have hunted birds for ten years including pheasants, and ruffed grouse, and let me tell you this chicken flew like the best of them....... Now I clipped the wings of the other one and it is getting used to the Tetra's.... It kills me knowing a chicken unfamiliar with the area is in the woods somewhere. I looked and listened but could not hear or see it anywhere... It might have turned into foxbait now but what can I do to find it??? I also bought five rhode island red chicks and they are in a separate brooder... Cut my losses or is there anything I can do? I tried carrying the single Yokohama into the woods and it was vocalizing but I could not hear the other one anywhere... I have my fingers crossed that it will find its way back but its been almost an hour and I'm worried. Any tips or tricks? PLEASE HELP!