My chickens were out in the yard and after I stepped inside for a few minutes I heard a ruckus. My dog and I ran outside quickly and I noticed a small hawk flying away. My little bantam, Pippy, was laying on her back, feet up, very still. When I approached her, I saw her blink, thankfully! I gently picked her up and put her in the house in my dog's kennel while I gathered up the other chickens. Thankfully they were all fine! Pippy has no obvious signs of physical damage - no blood and she hold up her neck and stand up, although is not very steady on her feet yet. She was shivering a lot when I picked her up, but is only shivering a little bit now, after almost an hour. She's holding up her head and looking around. She swallowed some water droplets that I put on her beak, but won't drink out of a bowl yet. That doesn't surprise me as I suspect she's still traumatized. She's holding her beak open a lot and moving her tongue around. I don't know what that's about. She's peeping periodically, too, which seems like a good sign. She also stretched out her neck a few times and turned it as if the hawk might have hurt it, but thankfully didn't snap it! Do you have any advice or thoughts as to what I should look for as danger signs as I keep an eye on her? I think I'll keep her in the house tonight to keep her warm and hopefully calm.