We just got our first real chicken coop...made of old barnwood with a metal roof, 5 ft. tall with one door to go inside to collect/clean and a little door on the other side for the chickens to come in and out of...we have 3 laying hens and just bought another one this past weekend...and one easter egger rooster who I'm totally in love with!! The coop has nine nesting boxes...3 x 4 levels. The other day I saw two eggs in one of the upper level boxes and after the hens going in and out for a while I found those two eggs MOVED from their original box to a box 2 levels lower and it was joined by a 3rd egg. This has happened twice now before I've had a chance to collect the eggs. I'm assuming they want the new girl to stay away from their eggs...so they're moving them...how???? It seems so odd because they are certainly not graceful getting from one level to the other so I can't believe they could move eggs without breaking them. Thanks for your help!! It's driving me crazy and my family thinks I am!!