Just went up to shut my chickens back into their chicken house and saw a hawk (huge one) fly out of my fence enclosure. My 8 week old buff brahma pullet was laying on her side. Amazingly she is not dead. It's been about an hour since the attack. She's probably about 1.5 lbs. Her wound seems to be mostly on her back, and there is blood, but not bleeding profusely. At first her breathing was loud and rattled, but now she is calm, in a box in my kitchen and I've covered her with a towel to keep her warm. She can stand and walk if something excites her, so no apparent damage to her legs, her neck, or her wings. She will drink a little water off my finger, and can swallow fine. Haven't offered food yet. She doesn't seem to be getting worse, which is probably a good sign? Please tell me it is. She is laying on her belly like normal, and not laying on her side, and she has no problem holding her head up. Any suggestions you have are greatly appreciated. I can't see paying an emergency vet bill today ..... and yet I don't want her to get worse, and I certainly don't want her to suffer if she's not going to ultimately make it. I'm just sick over this, it was so traumatic, and I just can't stop crying and blaming myself for not going up there sooner to shut them in for the afternoon.