Well it all started when i got home and opened the gate to my domestic portion of my aviary and bribed my ducks out of the pond. Well they got out but not for long and stayed in the pond, so i gave up and put on my chest waders and herded them out of the pond. Well the wind was blowing at a pretty good clip out of the north today and as soon as the mallards were out my old hen, young hen, and young drake headed for the coast!! My drake lowered and lit in a field beside my house and the hens kept on going. SO i had to go take the waders off run into the field, find my drake hidden in the brush, try and herd him out, and finally dove and caught him. So i brought him back to the barn and clipped his wings because at the time i was furious. So i went and put the waders back on because everyone was back in it and the hens dive bombed back into the group out of nowhere. So i herded them back out and toward the pen when again the old hen took off. So i made it all the way to the opening of the aviary with them when the young hen and the old drake took off!!! So finally i rounded them up in there new pen and put the two hens and drake in there old since they would go there, put them in a catch pen, hauled them to the new pen, went and let my duck dog out since all was safe (so i thought) and went back to the aviary to water when i went in and the door shut behind me with a click. I looked back AND I WAS LOCKED IN!!!!! I made the best of it and finished watering and was trying to figure out a way to get out when i here the bantam rooster squall and saw my lab running around. I had no idea what to do, then i looked over in the corner of the pen and saw that on that particular side the wire wasn't yet secured to the 2x4 so i got down and crawled up threw it bending the heck out of it, ran like no tomorrow and caught my dog by the tail and picked him up (yes picked the lab up) and put him in his pen. and then went around and made sure everyone was intact and luckily everyone was either hiding or in the barn rafters. So i had an eventful afternoon.