I've got a barred rock girl and buff orpington girl. Both are a less than two weeks old and came from the local feed store about a week ago. The buff orp is VERY noisy! Checked the temperature and it seems okay - no one is huddling for warmth or hiding in corners. Plenty of food (medicated starter crumble) and water. For the last couple days, the buff orp has been extremely noise at all hours with no rhyme or reason. Tried keeping the bedroom lights on during the day to keep them more awake during the day so they would sleep better at night. Tried turning on the radio in the room to give them some noise/company during the day. They've got a PopTarts box to play in (Peep Tarts!) and I find them sleeping in it or on top of it. I put a cardboard toilet paper roll for some entertainment. But she keeps chirping! Sometimes she peeps happily like the barred rock or quietly naps, but she is often outlandishly noisy for no apparent reason. Quiet for a nap then it begins again. The only odd thing I've noticed is that her poo is clear and watery with not a lot of solid stuff in it. I often find this little girl stretching out her wings and legs when she is laying down. When chirping, she is standing up in the middle of the brooder, just chirping her head off. She does't seem distressed, but I could be wrong. Is this just normal, albeit very noisy, chick behavior? Anything I should check or do or watch for? HELP!! Thanks in advance!