A hawk attacked... I was in the tub and had no idea what was going on and then I heard my husband thumping around and yelling. My RIR rooster Bill tried to fight him off but he is young and hasn't got spurs. My husband scared it off. One of my Silverlaced seems to have been the victim, her feathers are everywhere. There isn't any blood. I think two or three chickens are hiding under my woodhouse including the injured one, one of the SLWs is in the coop where she had been nesting at the time. I checked on her and she has flattened herself down as far as she can. Bill and my other RIR Alabama are hiding under the barn... Should I just leave them and let them come out in their own time? Not sure there is much I can do... crawling on my belly in the mud isn't something I'd particularly like to do and there are parts of that woodhouse I know I couldn't reach even if I did. GoGo is in the nest and I don't know what she'll do once she lays her egg... she won't be able to find anyone. What can I do to help my ladies and my brave rooster? It's 3:09 now... it will get dark at 5:00 here. Do you think they'll come out to go sleep in the coop? We've never really had a predator problem before... I hope she's okay... the lack of blood is promising... DH thinks that he tried to pick her up, underestimated her size and tore a lot of feathers out before Bill came to the rescue.