One of my hens has been sitting on her eggs for 10-14 days. I just now moved her eggs to a protected coop for her to nest on, then moved her immediately into the protected coop. She did not squawk when I removed her eggs, and did not squawk when I moved first moved her, now she is squawking and going bananas. I picked her up and put her on the nest of eggs, but she is still all worked up. Should I move her back? I am a little concerned to leave her in the open coop where there are nesting boxes on the second floor of the coop since I killed a peregrine falcon (not protected and plenty where I live) that had gotten in the coop, following losing a hen days before to what appeared to be a possum based on the type of eating that was done on the hen. This was following smelling a skunk in the area. I have seen two very large rats, one that I have killed, the other is still on the loose, so I moved her and her eggs so that she would be fully protected in a predator proofed coop and run. Is it normal for a hen to be this worked up, and can I expect her to settle down, and let Mother Nature take over as in she will sit on the eggs soon, or have I broken a cardinal sin and rule by moving a hen from her personally selected nesting spot? In the past I have let the eggs start to hatch, then moved the broody hen and her chicks, with no problem. Any helpful comments will be greatly appreciated.