I have been up and down all winter saving chickens from multiple Hawk attacks, bathing one when she had a prolapsed egg, helping my molting chicken in freezing temps. The other day I looked out the kitchen window and saw yet another huge hawk flying low from the coop. Ugh! I was on my way out to the door to the grocery store so I grabbed my purse and keys and raced out to find the girls. I found 5 nestled in under the honeysuckle next to the shed. I looked high and low for the other 3 girls. Last week they were all the way down the street at the neighbors so I figured they were there. I quickly called my husband in the house to tell him to keep and eye out and got in the car to get to the store. I slowly back up and felt an odd bump. WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!! the 3 girls were UNDER my car!!!! I ran one over, the one that had molted in December and could not get up to the roost with all the other girls and would shake and shiver all day so I would actually bring her in my house at night!! My 9 year old was home so I had to grab my husband and try and tell him quietly but I could not stop crying. It was AWFUL, truly truly awful. So terrible lesson learned, if your girls free range, check UNDER the car just in case!