I have a silkie about 8 weeks old. We still do not know if it is a boy or a girl, but I am thinking boy. Anyway, the girls have all established a bedtime routine where everyone heads back into the coop at dusk and gets up to the highest roost. Everyone kinda snuggles up and starts their little lullaby night song. However, my little Silkie gets up there and screams his/her head off and squaks at the other girls trying to nudge them out of it's way like it is trying to move down the roost. It's even pecking whoever is next to him/her to get them to move...of course they are all bigger than her and won't budge so he/she ends up getting knocked off the roost. This goes on over and over until the Silkie is too tired to get back up to the roost. Is this part of the pecking order thing? Everyone else seems content but my Silkie has a real attitude problem. If I try to pick it up to help back to the roost it pecks at my hand too....which it doesn't normally do during the day. I don't even feel like the Silkie is at the bottom of the pecking order. I've seen it push others around and I have another Bantie that is half her size that I would think would end up on the bottom. What is his/her problem?????