Runt Runt was always the tamest of my 5 pullets, she always loved to be held. But ever since we came back from our 10 day vacation (The chickens were alone the entire time) Runt Runt has been constantly trying to get into our patio. It's not screened, and all that blocks them is a 3 foot high plastic fence that runs around the entire patio. I've NEVER had a problem with any of them getting into the patio during the 3 months they've been outside. And currently, it's just Runt Runt with this problem. She leaves her flock, and will pace around the patio until she decides to jump up on the fence, then into our patio. Now there's a window in our kitchen which is inside the patio, and just under that is some shelves for holding my mom's plants. The creepy part is, Runt Runt will jump up on the top, and litterally WATCH us from the freaking thing. Our house is open and doesn't have very many walls, so you can see the living room (Which is were everyone stays) from this window. My sister freaked when she saw that outstreched chicken head peaking through the window, spying on us. I thought it was somewhat cute at first (In a disturbing way) but now this is just plain annoying and creepy and I can't let Runty out without her doing this. The other 4 are just fine, and do what chickens do and roam around my yard scratching for food. I've tried scaring her by shoving things in her face, taping barbies to the fence, scolding her, but nothing. She's not scared of people, and the items scare her but after a few minutes she's back like nothing happened. Chicken poop is not allowed in the patio according to my parents, and if there is some found they all have to go back into the kennel for the day, which they don't like. Runt Runt is locked up in the kennel right now, alone. How the heck do I break this bad habit?