We had 2 Serama hens and 4 hawks, now we have 1 serama hen and 4 hawks. The Hawks seem to congragate at the neighbors property in a grove of live oaks. Since they aren't going anywhere. I am relunctant to replace the hen. After seeing these hens elude the hawks several times, I had foolishly come to the conclusion that I could avoid losing chickens by placing a hord of various obstacles in the garden to tilt the board in favor of the Seramas:/. I was thinking that because the breed is young they would still have some good "predator instincts", so I gave them plenty of hiding places. My question is this; Is this lone hen going to suffer from the lack of a companion or a flock to hang out with? Is keeping a lone hen a poor practice? Egg production has drop by 80 percent since the abduction and consequent murder. Your thoughts please. Thanks for your feedback.