Heard a commotion at 3:00 a.m. in a coop that had two Silky hens and three young peeps. The squawking stopped just as I got out there, so I think whatever it was ran off when it heard me coming. One chick is missing, and one hen is very bloody, especially around her head, but still alive. Her feathers are scattered everywhere, the bucket she was in was moved a couple feet, and the feeder was tipped over. She put up a good fight. The remaining birds are very traumatized. They're used to being picked up, but when I tried to catch the injured one, she raised such a fuss that I decided to leave her alone for now. The coop is built very tightly, or at least I thought it was. The only cracks are around the door, and I can't imagine anything larger than a weasel or maybe a mink getting through them. I've seen both in the neighborhood, as well as coons, skunks, dogs, foxes, coyotes, fishers and bears. I plan to secure the door better, and set a couple traps (Conibear 110's) baited with sardines (and/or chicken parts, if the hen doesn't survive) tonight. Anyone got any better ideas?