I've been really lucky until now, but today a pile of white feather this morning maybe 30 feet from where one of my Whilte Holland turkeys was perching on an 8' chain link fence when I locked up whover would go inside the coop last night. SO - since white cochins are accounted for, I think it was that turkey that got attacked and virtually reduced to a few blood-tipped feathers. Darn! I thought hawks would pick only on small birds or that my birds could evade them if they were outside. Think a hawk would do that to a 3-month turkey? Overnight? I read chickenannie's comment of pile of feathers = hawk. i can't imagine a fox talking my turkey down from the fence - unless it came down overnight for something on the ground. So, it's a pretty morning here and everyone was loving the pond near the feathers that's full of water and ice after the floods we had in vA, but those feathers take a lot of the joy of the day away.