Hi guys, I have around 20 hens and a couple roosters (and about 10 ducks) which free range everyday before I put them away at night. Unfortunately, today I was in for an awful surprise. I won't go into detail, but 1 of my Buff Polish hens, which I gave haircuts to often because she just could not see well at all, was obviously eaten by a hawk, as I found her body exactly how others described their hens that have been eaten by hawks. I was really sad about this, but this is what happens when you free-range chickens. I haven't had a predator attack for almost a year now (when 2 coyotes came in and grabbed 2 hens fast) but I'm worried that now that the hawk has gotten one, it will come back for more. How long should I wait to let my chickens out again? I have seen my roos fight off a hawk before, but that was when I was home and able to scare it away on time. I just don't want to see what I saw today happen to any of my other hens. Also, does anyone know if my ducks are equally at risk? I feel like I should know the answer to this because I've had them for so long but idk. I think my Polish may have been specifically targeted because she can barely see to run away, but maybe not. Thanks in advance, and if you need any more information just let me know.