Ok, I realize I'm becoming a true new englander when I start thinking about winter in July (it's almost here!!) - before I've harvested anything but lettuce out of my garden. But I was wondering what types of predators are out there in the winter (ie not hibernating). Specifically my issue is that it gets very dark here so early and doesn't get light until so late in the day. Due to my schedule I will be opening up the coop before I go to work (when it's dark) and coming back home to close up the coop after work (and it'll be pitch dark). Do I mainly have to worry about airborne predators like hawks and thus having my coop open while it's dark won't matter?