We had an incident last night, and one of my hens got taken by something. I wasn't able to lock them up when I normally do, and they free-range, so. Last night, we could only locate two. I thought for sure that the rest were goners. But this morning, my roo and one of the hens came out - they must have been hiding in the woods. I want to take the advice of other chicken owners and keep them in the coop for a few days (so that whatever has been snacking on my chickens will hopefully lose interest). The problem is that right now, they're all wandering around the yard, doing their usual thing. We're supposed to get 2 feet of snow today, and I would love to have them all tucked in before it gets bad out. Should the chickens be expected to go back to the coop on their own, once the snow really gets going? There's no way I can catch them all to put them back in. Or should I be worried that they will get buried in the snow? I did put their food and water inside the coop, and turned on a light.