Thanks for the advice all. Elvis is indoors but not in a particularly dark place - I'll shut the blinds.
She's more alert and far less terrified now. She drank water when I held a bowl to her beak, but hasn't eaten yet. When I try to stand her up she's fine with being touched but puts one leg very gingerly to the floor, so I think she must have injured it when jumping out of the hen house in a hurry. I've called the hen charity I got her from to ask for advice and their vet is going to call me back, but I'm fairly hopeful. If we have to keep her in until her leg's healed then that's what we'll do, and then hopefully get some new companions for her when she's better and can sleep in the coop.
At least it looks like the coop itself is still secure - I put extra layers of chicken wire over and under everything, cement under the coop, bricks cemented into the corners, etc. They'll just need to be shut in properly kept a close eye on, I hope.
I'm so pleased to hear she seems ok You could try her with some scrambled eggs to try and temp her to eat something. Fingers crossed you can add some new friends for her when she is better. Great going on getting things more secure against the foxes.
I have a mixed young flock, 16 birds in total, barred rocks, silkies, cream crested legbars, light sussex, sultans and one of each wheaten marans and vorwerk. I previously raised a batch of Ross 308 to see how I liked having chickens around and to put some meat in the fridge/ freezer. That went well, so I got a couple of incubators and started hatching eBay eggs. With not wonderful success, so I ended up with small number of lots of different breeds, also my legbars are very unstandard and I expect so are all or most of the others.
Our foxes are incredibly bold. A few months ago, I managed to sneak up on one in a rain storm and ended up with it hiding behind my firepit so I couldn't get at it and it was growling and baring it's teeth, I expect had I pushed it, I may have been bitten.
Sam, I'm glad to hear Elvis is doing okay. Do you know which fox got your birds?
That's quite an experience there with the fox in your garden!! I've never been that close to a live one but I'm sure backed into a corner they would attack.
You have quite a mix there of birds. I've never bought eggs from eBay, always used breeders which I've found to be good. If possible I always collect too as you don't get the postal damage to the eggs then. Are you planning on incubating more? I've got seven just hatched off at the weekend then another 15 in the incubator on day 12. Plus another 18 eggs arriving the last week in April so it's all go here right now. But it's lots of fun