Hello everyone! I am looking at moving from Oahu to the Big Island in the next several months. I would like to take my hens with me and am trying to figure out how to do that. It looks like Hawaiian Airlines will not allow people to fly with them as a checked pet because they don't consider chickens as pets. "Household birds covers types of birds people keep as pets. Chickens, roosters, fighting chickens or any live poultry, including day-old chicks or hatching eggs, are NOT considered household birds and cannot be accepted for transport." http://hawaiianair.custhelp.com/app...8/~/check-in-pets-as-baggage:-household-birds So, if I used Hawaiian, I would have to ship them as Air Cargo, and the cheapest is $70 each. Ouch. https://img.s-hawaiianairlines.com/...lat rate contract.pdf?version=a2fe&sc_lang=en Island Air looks like they will ship chickens in the cargo area when you fly with them, maybe... $35 each. https://www.islandair.com/traveling-with-pets Has anyone had any experience with moving their flock? I have heard that USPS might do it, but if it ends up being super expensive, then I will probably take the ones I raised by hand and rehome the others, but I would rather not... I love them all! Also, if you have done it, I'd love to know how your chickens handled it... Were the shippers rough on them? Mahalo!