So I had a previous thread about hawks flying around while my chicks are outside, and how I figured out how to make them run and hide when a predator is overhead. It's worked wonderfully, and even at almost 8 weeks old they still have the same enthusiasm as when they were itty bitty. Anyway, here's a video of them running to the covered area I set up near the raspberry bushes I also figured out their "Pay Attention!" call. It's a short trill, and it causes them to pause and scan the air or sit still for a second. I think they do this when they are unsure if they are in danger, but it brings attention to whatever is going on that is potentially dangerous. I did this for the first time today, and when it was time to record they were kind of desensitized because I kept doing it. Haha, oh well! This is what it sounds like, and the GLW in the front still responds. The others are too distracted with food.