We have wild chickens that were in the property when we bought it. They sleep up on the trees and roam the yard during the day. Lately I noticed that there are fewer and fewer chickens around. I found feathers in the grass, looked like a bunch, but nothing else. Yesterday I saw another bunch of feathers of a different color and today I saw a third bunch and a beak!! Whatever it is, it comes during the day and kills very skilled and agile chickens, leaving very little behind. The little flock is now reduced to one, maybe two chickens. I am so sad, they were so cute to watch and sometimes would even come to me for a treat. Any idea what is killing them? Neighbors have seen a bobcat and coyotes around the area, but I just moved from a big urban setting to Loxahatchee, FL, a very nice place, not country, but lots of green areas and old nurseries. It is my dream house, I wouldn't hurt this predator, but would like to protect the chickens. Any ideas?