Has anyone ever used a coyote decoy to deter hawks? I live in an urban setting and recently had a hawk attack one of my hens. The hens do have a covered pen, but I have gotten into the habit of letting them out for a few hours when I am home. It isn't a huge area and they do have some cover with shrubbery, but my only OEGB got hit. I happened to be close by so the hawk only had her just pinned down before I scared it off. She was lucky in that I was there and no damage to internal organs was done, although she did have 2 nasty puncture wounds under one wing. She is recovering now with hopefully no lasting side effects. My husband suggested a coyote decoy. Like this one on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Bird-X-COYOTE...34KK6/ref=pd_luc_sim_01_01_t_lh?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Judging from the reviews I realize it might scare the chickens at first, but not for long as people use them to scare away geese and they don't scare them for long. Just wondering if anyone has tried this and had it work, or if it's a waste of money?