This evening as I was shutting the kids up for the evening, I did as I always do, run a quick count to make sure everyone made it inside. I have two groups of young chickens, the first group is 11-week-old Australorps and Easter Eggers and the second is 8-week-old Speckled Sussex and Polish. There are five Polish. One was missing--one of the two WCBlacks I have. I looked all through the run and scanned outside the run - nothing. Went back in the coop, triple-checked in all the corners. Nothing. Then as I was turning around and not looking at anything in particular, I noticed that there were feathers at an odd angle coming out from underneath one of my 11-week-old Australorp pullets. She was up on the high roost with all the older birds. I lifted her, much to her consternation, and yep - squashed flat underneath her and very disoriented but unharmed, was my missing WCB 8-week-old pullet. I have no idea how THAT happened but I guess until all these birds are the same size I need to have hawkeyes at bedtime!