I have 24 girls and lately when the hawks fly overhead, they act like nothing is wrong. A month ago they'd run in the coop, but now they stay in the run. The run is covered, but they don't know that. Yesterday two hawks circled the hen house for several minutes and none of them scurried to safety. Tonight when I was feeding them grapes, they didn't even pause when the hawk landed and perched on the tree close to them. We had guests today, and several were chicken farmers and thought we had some cockerels. I said, "The good folks at BYC have told me they are all pullets. And besides, a cockerel would sound the alarm about the hawk." What can I do to teach them the danger? I let them free-range for less an hour about 2-3 times a week. They don't come to me when they are ranging - just this week I introduced scratch to them to start training them to come to me.