Tonight, I went out to gather up the free rangers, and bring them into the house, but they were still foraging, and unwilling to come. So I decided to mow the lawn a bit, in the cool of the evening. Come dusk, the bigger of the chicks (two of the Red Stars) jumped into the storage tote (their night brooder) for the ride back to the house, but the seven rhode island reds who were too small to jump in there saw me putting the mower away and came running across the grass to me, cheeping their little hearts out. All willingly let themselves be caught and placed in the storage bin for the ride to the house, except the last Red star. So I shut her in the coop/pen where she was playing keepaway, and took the others into the house. Came out afterwards and she was calling frantically in the pen in the dusk and only too willing to get caught. I don't think, though, that I'll ever forget the sight of those seven RIR babies running across the grass to me frantic to be taken in for the night.