Bob seems to have some issues with social skills. I can't keep him with his brothers that are being held in a separate pen until it's time to go to freezer camp. For whatever reason they don't like him. I watched them chase him around until he finally found a hole in the ground where he hid his head from them. I felt bad for him so I decided he could stay after all. He really is a sweet bird and not even a little bit aggressive to me. He loves to sit in my lap and be petted. Problem is, so does his other brother Hermie. Whom I love. Hermie is kind to the girls and is a good protector of them. But when I put Bob in with Hermie and the girls, Hermie starts getting freaked out. It's like he's on protective overdrive. Bob doesn't help matters by trying to, well you know, with the girls only it's clear he has NO clue what he's doing. He also likes to occasionally goose Hermie and his sisters. I've never seen Bob intentionally being mean, but he does inflict pain with his goofy behavior. Because of that they all run from him. It got so bad they would all go inside the coop and Bob would have to stay outside all by himself. I have him separated into his own temporary little coop and run now. Everyone seems happier, but I'm worried Bob's going to get lonely. So is there any hope I'll be able to integrate him back in the flock? Or do I need to build him a bachelor pad? I really don't want to get rid of him.