So I went out to the coop this afternoon to check food and water for my chicks and while I had 10 this morning, there are now only 9. The padlock was still in place and locked and there were no obvious signs of a recent murder. No feathers or fluff around and no blood. The pine shavings didn't even look messed up. The only odd thing was that the remaining 9 were sitting in the coop and not out in the run scratching around like normal. When I came in though they all flew out and ate and drank like they hadn't all day, though they had plenty of both available. Their run is covered and all, but it is regular chain link fencing. My chicks were hatched August 11th and are silver laced wyandottes and barred rocks. Any ideas what may have gotten her without leaving any evidence? It was my favorite SLW.