I had an incident that has me baffled. In my coop I house almost 30 chickens which include two roosters, plus a Tom turkey (royal palm) 4 turkey hens, 2 being a royal palm the other two are bigger Bourbon Reds. I know for a fact that a fox has gone after my chickens when they free range but has not succeeded in catching one, but all the chickens I have lost were attacked by neighbors dogs. Other than that I know there are other predators out there, bobcats, mink, fisher cats...the usual that I haven't seen or seem to not have any issues with yet. what has baffled me is that I had my Royal Palm turkeys in the coop (I just got them and they are not used to free ranging yet) while the chickens were out free ranging and I left for an hour. when I came back all my chickens were in the coop and up on their high perches all safe but my grown Royal Palm turkey hen was laying on the ground badly beaten up. She didn't make it as I think she had internal injuries, I think something dug under the coop and dug into the chicken run attached to it (I have since fixed that issue). I do have a chicken door open from the chicken run into the chicken coop. What predator would pass over all the chickens and go for a grown turkey? would the fox be bold enough to do that? Or am I possibly now looking at something else coming around? any ideas of what to look for would be helpful. unfortunately when this happened me and my family had been sick for a few days so I wasn't on top of letting my two dogs patrol the area to keep the predators at bay. The turkey was laying on the ground with her legs straight out behind her unable to get up. her beak had a break in it and I didn't see any bite marks but one whole side of her the feathers had been plucked out.