Today I was in my room and I looked out the window towards the chicken coop and all the chickens looked quite concerned and I heard chicken noises, not clearly because I am in the house. I thought that the wild turkeys I had just chased off 15 minutes prior had returned to check the chickens out and they were startled. So I went outside, no turkeys, but my 19 week old Wyandotte hen was doing the egg song, exactly like in the videos I have watched. "Bauwk bauwk bauwk BAUCOCK" repeatedly, I searched the area and no egg was found. Honestly I would be surprised that she laid an egg because she is only 19 weeks old, and a GLW which is a slower maturing breed. Is it possible she is soon to lay an egg. I posted earlier that I thought she had squatted for me but it was a kind of a half effort squat, that idea was dismissed by some but I am still pretty sure that half squats are a thing cause my Barred Rock did it for my rooster but last second flew away. I also believe the chickens looked concerned because they have never heard the egg song before. The rooster did his first crow the same day of the first false egg song.