I have lost 10 pullets this month and have no idea what is doing it. I have four deer cameras out covering every place I can think of the animal might come from. This animal has a very strange behavior. It only eats pullets that are under 5 months old. It will not touch a cockerel or a full grown hen or rooster. It also clips off the wings (and sometimes the heads) of most of the pullets it has taken and carries off the body to I don't know where. I went in to full lock down at night and set out traps for a week with live cockerels in cages as bait and nothing. Last night it killed two of my three Cubalaya pullets that were in my pullet cage (I almost cried this morning because I worked all years to get these). Evidently they were roosting close to the edge of the cage and the animal reached through from the outside and ate their heads off. Now the real mystery is that the water has been leaking to this cage and the area outside the cage close to where I found the bodies is muddy, but their is not a single track. I have been out until 2:00am with a gun and flashlight for the last week trying to catch a glimps of this animal. I don't know what to do. I do not know what is doing this. This thing is like a ghost. It can avoid cameras, traps, hunters and walk across mud without leaving a track. What could it be?