First post - thanks in advance for all your wisdom! So we arrived home just at dusk this evening to find our petite bantam "Cutie" dead on the sidewalk. Her head and neck were thoroughly chewed but in tact and both of her breasts were perfectly carved out. Everything else in tact. The rest of the flock, which we let out to free range just two hours earlier, were in the coop unharmed. So, to recap: - one bird dead - breasts gone, head and neck chewed - all other birds are fine - the predator had full access to the rest of them as the run door was WIDE open as was the coop. What did it? Owl?