So when I put the ducks to sleep last night, I found one of our Khaki Campbell dead in front of their shed. I could find any tracks in the snow so I assumed it was a hawk and sure enough, this morning I saw it perched in a tree in the front yard. I guess it is bound to happen from time to time, we got lucky so far as our ducks had been safe from any preds, but we were still pretty bummed last night. They're usually good running for cover when they sense any threat but I guess she was not quick enough this time (maybe because of the cold or the snow) and the hawk got her less than a foot from cover The other 5 seem to be fine but were still pretty spooked this morning. I put the water and food inside so they can eat in safety. I hope the hawk doesn't decide to settle around here. Any idea to try and prevent hawks for hanging out in the yard? I know the best way would be to have a covered run, but we can't set that up for now. Back when I was living in a city I used all CD to deter pigeons, but I'm not sure it'll work with a hawk, I guess I can try. The shed is not big enough to have them locked up 24/7 but they always have the option to stay in if they want to. I guess I'll have to monitor the situation and hope it doesn't happen again.