I have three RIR crosses, one is laying now (not sure what she's crossed with or her exact age, but she just started laying) and the other two are EE crosses and about 20 weeks old, not yet laying. One of the "little girls", Ginny, doesn't seem to like going into the coop at night like the others. She does know where it is, but she always jumps onto the fence and perches behind an arborvitae tree that is against the fence, and I get her down every night and put her in with the other two. Tonight I couldn't find her for a long time when I went to lock up the coop, and I finally found her 10 feet up in a (different) arborvitae tree! She was in there pretty deep and wouldn't come out on her own, so I had to get a ladder and get her so she'd be safe overnight. So what is her DEAL? Does she hate her coop/perch/sisters? Does she just like to be alone, or just roost higher? Is wing-clipping really a thing, and is it cruel?