I used to have them, so I hatched some this year again. They are endlessly entertaining. Benjamin Franklin proposed it as the national bird. They also considered a Gamecock but considered it too English. They eventually settled on the Bald Eagle.
No, they use the roof to go check those cat dishes multiple times a day. They are going to defeat the netting, they already do to get in the trees. I'm going to have to think this one through some more.
We have Eastern Wilds that come into our woods. Some mated with the chocolates years ago which resulted in some interesting babies. The midget whites seem to be protective of "their" land. They own everything, silly birds.