We're raising 5 Ancona hens (20 weeks now) in a suburban subdivision of sorts that is surrounded by woods. My husband was out working in the garage ~15 ft. from the free ranging chickens (I let them out for 1-2 hours before sunset). He said a small hawk swooped in on the flock. (We have 10 ft. patch of woods between each of our side neighbors). I rushed out and saw 4 hens and looked up and saw the fifth spooked but seemingly ok. The four huddled in a thick part of the woods. My daughter, husband and I then herded the hens back into their run for the rest of the evening. It's a 10'x6' run with bird netting on top. Their coop is very secure. So, this being my first predator scare, what would you do? My initial thought is to not let them free range before sunset anymore. We're heading into the winter anyway. Thoughts?