Ok, I have a bird of prey problem. My 10 hens have a pen, but I allow them to free range during the day and they get lock down at night. Well, I also have a flock of close to 20 pigeons in one of the pens. I heard my pigeons suddenly all take off and I went out to see this small to medium sized hawk banging right into the chicken wire on my pen. It hit it hard and landed awkwardly on the fence with it's wings spread out. I went out and shoed it away and proceeded with a lockdown to get all my chickens (who were taking cover) back in the pens. How here's the funny thing....My blind chicken was standing right in the middle of the yard, practically acting as bait for the hawk. But the hawk didn't bother it. I think this hawk is after my pigeons, not my chickens. What do you think? Also, I guess this thing is going to come back since it's seen food here once (which means poor Ringo has to stay in the pens for her own safety being as she can't see). Is there anything I can do to kind of ward it off? I've heard of hanging CD's...Does this work? Will it bother my pigeons if I hang it on the side of their flight pen?