I have a Ameraucana that has a clutch of blue eggs outside the run. My fence is not higher than 4' and Blue just jumps over it and free ranges herself. She never goes far, she stays in the yard, mostly in the tall grass that can't be reached through the fence. She always puts herself up at night, hops over during the day to get feed and water, and just hops back to get grass. She only lays eggs in the coop in the winter and on rainy days. Until recently. Last month I found her usual clutch of hidden eggs, about 20 eggs. I collected them, trying to deter her. Didn't work, I knew she was hiding more. Well yesterday, I found her new clutch, literally behind the coop. And this time she is sitting on it. This is the first time I have seen her even act remotely broody. Tonight she did not come in to roost. I'm tempted to see how far this goes. This is not my first broody, the other girls have been on and off all year, but I have had a rooster since February, and I'm willing to try this the old-fashioned way and just let nature run its course. I live in Alaska, so no concern about snakes. Maybe fox or dogs. Finally, my question. Should I try to move her and the clutch? I could put a circle of fence around her since its so close to the coop. I could try to put her in the coop with food and water, but she is such a "free spirit", I don't think she will stay. Any suggestions?