I was there, watching them free ranging as they have since May,,, and it happened so fast. The hawk came swooping down, grabbed one of my Wyandottes and tried to fly off with her. It dropped her and the whole flock, (7 hens, 1 little brahma rooster and 2 guineas, ran for cover. I finally found, after 30 minutes, my Wyandotte hen, bleeding profusely under the shed. She came out when I called her and rushed her in the house. After checking her over, and holding paper towels under her wings to try and slow the bleeding...it stopped. But she lost a lot of blood. This was at 4:00 pm and its now 9:00pm and she is still alive. I have her in my bathroom, in a crate, open to come and go. I gave her a warm bath, sprayed her wounds with, Vetericym and gave her fresh water and some food. She ate, drank and is in the crate but keeps wanting to bite at her wounds. Is there anything else I can do? Do I leave her alone or keep checking on her? I can't lose one of my babies! Feeling so bad and guilty knowing I let them be free and couldn't help with an attack.