Hello, everyone. Okay, so I have six bantams -- one pullet and five cockerels -- in addition to my six ISA Red hens, one Sapphire Gem pullet, and three Guinea fowl. Earlier today, I saw a hawk -- I'm assuming a Cooper's Hawk -- on top of my little Porcelain D'Uccle, Marshmallow. I ran over (screaming at the top of my lungs because I love my chickens) and it flew off, leaving Marshmallow lying on her back. She was breathing, and she jumped right up and ran off when I touched her. She is currently sharing a cage with my guinea keet, Spook. Spook has to be under a box, though, because he'll peck at her injuries. The hawk returned briefly about half and hour later, but it flew off again when I shouted at it. Question number one: Is there any way to deter the hawk from returning again? We're surrounded by forest, so it lives nearby, but I would just like to know if there's a way to make it less interested in my birds without shooting at it. Question number two: Marshmallow is alive and settled, as far as I can tell. Underneath her left wing, by the thigh, the hawk tore a hole about the size of a dime in the first layer of skin. She has another, smaller injury farther up by the wing itself, but there doesn't seem to be as much blood, and also a tiny bit of blood next to her comb. I cleaned the dime-sized wound with a little bit of alcohol and put some triple-antibiotic ointment on it. I'm going to try to cover it tonight. Did I do this right? Question number three: One of my ISA Red hens is missing. I haven't seen Komugi since the attack, and I was wondering if Cooper's Hawks (assuming that is what it was) carry off their prey, and if so, can they carry a full-grown hen? These are my questions, and any feedback or tips would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, and good luck with your flocks.