I have been noticing holes around the edges of my coop run lately. As I have a small dog that loves birds, I figured it was him digging into the coop while the girls were inside their box. Today, I find this: This was after I hoed dirt over it. It was a perfectly formed tunnel into my run area, with the exit here: And here are the holes around the edges. I guess whatever it is got tired of me putting boards up to cover the holes. The girls are safely locked up at night, so whatever it is can't get at them, and I have a sneaking suspicion whatever it is is going after the feed in the hanging feeder. But on a nicer note, here's my girls, now 3.5 months old and very happy! I love them so, and am patiently waiting for eggs to come. lol Kamikaze and Cleo (EEs) Chocobo (White EE) and Elizabeth and Isabella, my Wyandottes So, anyone have any ideas what could be doing this? I live in a pretty urban/suburban area, almost in a subdivision, with only 1/4 acre lots, so it's not like we have a "wilderness" around us.