Sometimes I feel guilty I don't let my two Welsh Harlequins roam freely enough. Last summer I let our Khaki Campbell drake and a buff duck roam freely. The duck got swooped by a hawk. Then just a couple months ago our precious Campbell drake got killed by a hawk only FIVE FEET from the enclosure (which is completely covered, even the top, and three strands of electric wire all the way around the enclosure.) We also have a wooden duck box that locks at night so the ducks are locked inside it, and then I have the enclosure's door locked too (it is Fort Knox!) But I feel so badly that they cannot roam like they used to. I let them out with me supervising during the day (except it has been so cold so its only been for an hour!) and the enclosure is roomy and on the side of the property where the wind isn't so bad so they have room to play and such, I just know how they love to free range and it will be better in the spring and summer months. We have a kiddie pool we put them in during the spring and summer so that will be great. Anyone else do this? I just CANNOT bear another hawk loss due to us not supervising them closely.