A few days ago, when I went to let the girls out to free range in the morning, I noticed that two of my hens were already out of the coop! (partially my fault because I forgot to take a head count the night before when I closed them in) But I started thinking, and there is no way that they were still walking around at the time I closed them in - about 1 am (I was out real late that night). So I let the rest of the girls out and noticed that the coop was filled with feathers, which lead me to believe that there was a fight between the hens when they were getting ready to roost, and two of the chickens decided to get away from the troublemaker and sleep outside. But the past few days after that, one hen has been consistently sleeping outside in the flower bed, and I have to go outside and find her to carry her back to the coop. Im thinking she still a little frazzled from the fight so she still wants to sleep away from the other girls. Will they eventually work it out themselves and their sleeping habits will go back to normal? Or is this something where I have to intervene and do something to make them sleep together again?