Well, we have established a routine. If I get to the Moop in time, while still very light but at the first sign of dusk, Missy is there and I can lure her into the Moop with food. If I am five minutes late, she is gone.
I don't know where she goes, although twice I have found her in a tree. Last night I was a little late, so she spent the night out again. This morning, I couldn't find her in the trees. I have no idea where she was. It is obvious that she finds a different place each night. I am wondering if she is brooding chicks. It's highly unlikely, since Campines are not a broody breed. I will have to try to make a count throughout the day. If she is consistently gone through the day, only there at feeding time, then she may in fact have a nest somewhere.
I am not even going to try to put her away for the next three weeks. We will see if she shows up with kids in tow.