My guineas were yelling, I didn't think anything of it because it's raining out. The guineas yell like acid is falling when it rains! Then hear Ringo yelling - one of our roosters...well he yells every time a chicken lays an egg. But with both yelling I thought maybe I should see what's up. I walk out the door and not 10 feet away is a hawk, one wing outstretched, looking a little spent, trying to drag my barred rock hen across the front yard!!!!!! I ran and it let go when I was about 2 feet from it. Talk about surreal! It took my mind a second to grasp it. Big gray wing and my mind says Muscovy duck...then I see the barred rock and realize it has a hold of it! Then I realize What it is!!! Haybird, the barred rock is missing a lot of back feathers and head feathers at the back near her comb, she has two puncture wounds but I think she's going to be okay. Good thing she's a fatty! My Belgian Tervuren is usually out there during the day but it was raining...Never expected to have it grab someone in the front yard! We have huge pine trees so not the ideal place to swoop in. Just wow!