This afternoon I walked into my kitchen and saw tons of feathers floating by the door. I opened the door and saw a hawk fly off that had been on top of our silkie coop. In fear I walked around it but nothing but feathers and both silkies inside the coop huddled in terror. The hawk had been grabbing at them through the wire and ripping out feathers but that was it. Big sigh of relief on my part. These are our son's pet chickens. 2 hours later I go outside and see a hawk flying away from the main coop. I get closer and see a body on the ground. The Hawk had managed to get into the run and grab one of my blue andalusians. Or as my husband joked, the wimpy roo pushed one of the young hens out the door. The hawk only got the one and not much, the dog and I came outside too soon for the hawk to get much of a meal. After the next big snow storm (Tues & Wed) we will go out and reinforce the run roof. The chickens will be locked in through the next two days. The hawk it looks like managed to fall into the run in a loose corner, we think. Or pried open the chicken wire at a seam. Then to get out it bounced off the chicken wire on the top until it found a spot big enough to shove itself out of. I guess I am not surprised it was the blue andalusian. Anytime anything scary happens one blue gets stuck under the ramp, too scared to come out to go up the ramp and inside. I guess it is also good she did. Had she gone inside I would imagine things would have been worse if the hawk followed. Our roo is not the best protector.