Three or four weeks back we lost one of our Rhode Island Reds to a hawk attack. At the time we did not know that it was a hawk due to the pure carnage that was left behind. A week ago during my son's 10th birthday party my wife yells that something if wrong with Fancy. Side note: Fancy's full name is actually Here's You're One Chance Fancy Don't Let Me Down due to my three year old daughter. As I walked outside and rounded the corner to the spot where our Maisy met our demise I looked upon a hawk with a head the size of a softball. He had our fancy cornered with it's talons dug in. Her head was through the fence which is the only thing that I feel saved her from injury. I rounded the corner in attack mode not thinking that this bird could tear me up. As it took flight I tried a kick that missed by about four inches. As I pulled Fancy out of the fence and walked into the back yard the hawk had already flew around the house and was sitting in my back yard where it then flew up into a tree at the edge of my fence and stared at us. Afterward I found out that you can not knowingly injure a hawk or any bird of prey legally which is crap so I put tmy two remaining chickens inside their covered coop for safety. Since then the two of them spend most of their time on the roost inside and our Fancy is losing feathers especially in the tail section at an alarming rate. They have a 40 square foot run with an extra 16 square foot inside and a 4 foot roost. I have heard that chickens would pick at each other if they didn't have enough room but this seems to be plenty of room for two chickens. Does anyone have any advice as to what I should do about the hawk or feather loss?