I've found them in jacket sleeves and tucked in blanket folds. My SL Sebright hen hollowed a nest out underneath the nesting boxes. She crawls in under there and lays her eggs in privacy. Late yesterday afternoon she laid an egg (Must have been about 7 p.m.) and stayed in her nesting hole under the nesting box all night. Really scared me. I thought she was sick. But this morning she was out and about with the others, frisky and frolicky and escaped the coop as I was leaving. They are a very interesting breed, Sebrights. I've read that they are not good layers, but my little girl lays perfect eggs nearly every day! Anyone else have this experience with Silver-Laced Sebrights? My girl is 25 weeks and one day old. I worry about Marek's disease. Ever have a Sebright come down with that, and if so, how old were they at the time?