This is my first experience with predators. The past two nights I have lost a chicken a night. The first one, a young rooster, tried to fly into the run wall where there is a small hole (cut into the wire by us to allow easy access to the chicken door) to get away from whatever it was and got his leg stuck and was hanging upside down on the outside of the run. His head, leg, and insides were eaten. There was no obvious point of entry. In the struggle the door to the run was nudged slightly open, but not big enough for the chickens to get out. We locked the run door and tightened up anywhere we thought it might have gotten in. This morning i woke up to another dead chicken. This one was up against the back on the run, the head was probably pulled through the wire, but it was missing. It doesn't look like the insides are eaten. There is no point of entry. The entire coop is locked up tight. Feathers are everywhere though and the inside of the coop is a mess. I don't understand how this predator is killing my chickens if it can't get into the coop. Or what this predator is since both kills were very different. The rooster that was hanging, I think more was eaten because more of his body was accessible since he was on the outside. But my hen was grabbed and pulled up to the wire of the coop. This is a picture of my coop. This is my access to the coop and the best boxes. The boxes have a latch and the side door is secured shut with wire. Can anyone help me? I don't know what to do!