Poor Chickie (my 9 yr old named her) she really can't see a thing, we've trimmed her crest a few times and it helps a little, but not enough (I'm not sure how far I can cut it back without hurting her) about a month ago she was up on the hay and fell between the hay and the barn wall, easy enough to fix, I moved a bale of hay and she followed the sound of my voice down the "long dark tunnel" and got out. Last night I went down to lock everyone up and couldn't find Chickie.. I walked around calling her, but couldn't find her anywhere. This morning, still no Chickie, so I started walking around again and then remembered that the night before some of the chickens had been up on the hay, so I started looking for holes she could have fallen down, nope, no Chickie. We have a metal pole barn and finished the inside with 2x10's to create a bit of an insulation barrier and allow me to put stalls in, this leaves about a 6" wide gap between the outside wall and the inside wall. You guessed it, she climbed up to the top of the hay and evidently stepped up onto the 2x10 and fell between the walls... Lucky for her a cat had fallen in that exact section previously and I had already dug and escape tunnel from the outside that I had just covered with rocks.. I moved the rocks and made the escape hole a bit bigger then started calling her, good little Chickie that she is, she came towards my voice and I was able to grab her legs and gently pull her out (11 weeks old, so luckily she isn't full size yet or I'm not sure she would have fit). I put her down and her little friends all ran up and surrounded her, one of my Ameracauna's even pushed me out of the way and acted like she wanted to protect her (tried to peck me when I started to pet Chickie).. Fun morning, I'm just wondering where I will have to get her out of next, lol.