A month ago, three of my 5 free range gals were taken during the middle of the day (no one was home.) The only evidence of foul play was feathers, no bodies, not even a drop of blood. So we expanded their coop and only let them free range when I'm outside with them. I ended up getting a few new birds and one was an escape artist. They were in a temporary pen with 6 foot walls (no roof...until last night) and she would fly out during the day when my original gals were ranging. Yesterday, I left at 11:30 and all the birds were in so I didn't think she would fly out. Wrong. Husband came home three hours later and she was gone. A pile of feathers several hundred feet away.... We live in Maine, in the woods, I realize there are lots of predators but the fact that there isn't a drop of blood left behind makes me wonder if my psychotic/angry/hateful neighbor is to blame? We set up a game camera after the last attack and haven't gotten a picture of anything. Thoughts?