They don't go in the coop at night and usually roost in the trees. This morning I found only a head, a beak and tons of feathers. Something got 2 of them. 1 survived without any injuries so I'm assuming she was in a tree. What could have gotten them? What leaves only the heads and feathers? I know I've seen the answer here but can't find it now. I do know we have foxes, raccoon's, hawks and buzzards. We live on 50 acres with some wooded areas. I'm not sure if it happened during dark hours or if early this morning. Whatever it was will probably come back for the other one right? I plan to put her in the coop and run with the chickens. Thanks for any help identifying whatever it was. Update: I just noticed there is some intestine left also. I guess it was intestine? It had undigested cracked corn and feed in it. Also, everything was found within a few feet from their favorite cedar tree that they usually hang out under. So, whatever it was, the predator didn't carry it off to eat it. It seems to have just killed it and ate it right there.