It's getting frustrating as we were sure we had a coon problem finding eaten carcasses in the chicken barn and also other areas in the big barn so we caught a couple of coons and buttoned up any openings that a coon could potentially fit (leaving nothing larger than an inch). Each morning we are still finding dead birds in lock down. Some with missing entrails, some with just necks chewed like corn on the cob and some that are just sitting on the floor with their heads to the side but no marks, not even under the wings. Outside the pen in the high fence one looked like had been chased there as it roosted outside the chicken barn (and who can blame her) and she had a few feathers pulled and discoloration on her skin. Ducks sitting in other locations have had their back ate up and ducklings/eggs eaten. One duck left her nest sometime before midnight last night sitting in a dog house next to the house (quite a ways from the barn) as I was prowling the parameters. Her eggs were still warm so what the heck caused her to leave her nest and fly over into the high fence with the turkeys? I put her eggs in the incubator as they are ready to pip. Multiple predators???