I'm getting tired of losing birds to hawks! So far, we have lost bantams and young standard birds and that is hard enough to accept, but I want to try some deterents before the big girls are targeted as well. My flock free-ranges during daylight hours. They have access to the coop (a large barn) as well as the protection of an large electric poultry fence. We move the fence frequently, so I am disinclined to build a roof of any kind over the entire fenced area, but I need to add some in-pasture shelters to this arrangement. I would prefer shelters that are low-profile and easily moved by one smallish human adult! Our roosters do a good job of alerting the flock, but I can see that the birds need some alternatives to running all the way back to the barn and all trying to cram themselves into the pop-door all at the same time! I would love to hear and see how other may have addressed this problem... anybody have any pasture-shelter pics to share?