Hi All, I'm a longtime member but haven't posted in years. I have a problem that I hope you can help me with. Over the past year wild birds have been getting into our chicken run - they eat the chicken feed and drink the water (and poop in it). There are enough of them that they end up eating and drinking quite a bit, and making a mess. Our chickens free range in a fairly large fenced in area with a coop standing in the middle. We keep their food and water in the coop. They access the coop via an automatic chicken door attached to a solar sensor. The door stays open during the day so they can go in for food and water and access their laying boxes. The darn wild birds somehow figured out how to go in and out via the little chicken door. I've read the previous posts about this and many people have recommended netting. Our are is too big and uneven to net over entirely so that's out. I put some barriers up that blocked a direct entrance but they figured out how do fly around it in about a week. Anybody have any ideas on how to keep the wild birds from going in and out of the chicken door? THANKS!