Okay, so I'm sitting at my cpu minding my own business, and I hear our ducks outside start quacking. I look out there and there's a FOX!!!! I say it again, OMG! It was an darn fox!!! I'm like all freaking out and wondering just how predator proof my coop and duck pen really are, cause the ducks don't get closed up at night, they just sleep outside in their enclosure. I have welded wire fencing surrounding the thing, with welded wire over the top closing it in, and 1 foot wide lengths of welded wire on the ground around the perimeter of the fence, and I buried the fence 6 inches into the ground. The coop is entirely closed off, with hardware cloth covered windows with plywood and latchable shutters, and two doors that are latched tight with gate latches. When it's dark out I turned the light on inside the coop to see whether there were any places that weren't closed, and no light escapes at all. It's all plywood and siding, the floor is 5/8 plywood tongue-in-groove, the siding is 1/4 grooved siding (don't know what it's called) but I'm all thinking something is gonna get my ducks and chickens!!! What's an inexpensive, easy, gun free (hubby was a bad kid and can't own firearms) way of getting rid of the fox???? I'm open for any suggestions, since the only 'gun' we can have is a paintball gun, and I don't think that's gonna kill it! I just KNOW this thing is gonna get my birds eventually!!! If not the chickens it will definately get my ducks sooner or later!!! I may think their pen is 100% proof but I know I'm prone to error!!! (Don't tell hubby I admitted that!) PLEASE HELP ME, PEOPLE!!! I'M FREAKING OUT HERE!!!!