I have a juvenile red tail hawk that is just tormenting my poor chickens. He is constantly hanging out in the oak tree by the run or sitting on one of the run fence posts. This morning, AGAIN, as soon as I opened the back door I heard the chickens raising a fuss inside the coop. I knew Mr. Hawk was probably sitting on the fence post again, he seems to be there about every other day. Yesterday afternoon when I got home from work he was sitting in the oak tree. The chickens were all in the coop AGAIN. Heavens only knows how long he was sitting there. He has stressed them out so that I am only getting 4 eggs from 32 hens, some are molting but most were still laying. He can't get to the chickens as the run is a virtual Fort Knox. I have a pecan tree in the yard and of course at any one time there are probably 6 or 7 squirrels in that tree feeding on pecans so that is probably one reason he is always around, and no in 15 years I have not gotten one pecan, the squirrels get them all Any suggestions to get this guy to at least move on and sit somewhere else? I am going to nail tin pie pans to the top of the fence posts so hopefully he won't land on them any longer. I have never seen a hawk in all my years hang around like this and he has no fear of me, I can literally get within 6 or 7 feet of him before he flys off. The SSS is not possible, neighbors too close.