I have one Ameraucana that I've named Nosy Rosy. Like most of my Ameraucanas and Easter Eggers, she is far less content to stay in the chicken yard and likes to occasionally come forage alongside the house. I have never clipped her wings, so she flies over the chain link fence. For the past several weeks, she has been fixated on laying behind a large bush against our house. It is very inconvenient to get back there to get her eggs. Sometimes she lays in the nesting box, sometimes in her "secret spot." I've tried putting things back there, but she just lays up around them. I'm not a big fan of clipping her wings because I want them to have the means to get over the fence should they ever need to escape a predator that gets in their pen. It's happened before. So, I'm curious...is there anything I could put in that spot that would make her reconsider her opinion that this is a good place to lay? I've thought about breaking her eggs, but I'm concerned that might draw a skunk (not something I want next to the entryway of our house). Any suggestions?