In November I hatched 10 Black Copper Marans and 10 Ameracunas. After 5 weeks I put them outside in the run with a coop. If a butterfly flew over them they all hauled butt to the coop. In December I hatched a dozen Silver Laced Wyandotts, placed them outside in the smae run/coop(the BCM's & Ameracunas moved to new diggs) I came home at lunch yesterday to find a huge red tailed hawk sitting on the top of the coop waiting to select which chick he wanted for lunch. The chicks were having a grand time scratching and running around the pen, totaly ignorant of what was about to happen. How can the Wyandotts be so STUPID and the BCM's & Americaunas be so aware. If I wouldnt have come home the hawk would have had a feast, probably with an audience of the other chicks.