We have a wild chicken in our neighborhood. It has been wandering around for over a year flying over our block walls from yard to yard. We found that she spends a good deal of time in our backyard and discovered she has a nest in one of our bushes. We pulled 10 eggs out of the nest yesterday morning while she was away and they were all very light. When we cracked them open, they were all in various stages of rotten and all appeared to have only yolk and no egg whites. The yolks were thick - a couple of them almost like molasses with varying shades of green, brown, and yellow. I am wondering if anyone has heard of this. Is it the result of being malnourished or dehydrated? I assume she is not getting enough water... especially in the AZ heat. We are surprised she is even alive. We have left some water and will get her some food to see if it makes a difference. I am curious if anyone knows if there is something else wrong with her.