Predator poop identify
A predator has killed two chickens about a week apart, I found the dead chickens at night, headless, and then in the morning I go to bury the chickens, and the carcasses are gone with feathers everywhere. The predator Left behind some poop, can you identify?
Thank you for your question. We do not have any information about your location to be able to determine what wildlife are prevalent there. I suggest you contact your own county Extension office to consult with staff familiar with your area. You can find your office and webpage here: https://ucanr.edu/About/Locations/ Good luck!
I'm sorry I forgot to include that I'm in Bakersfield California.
Your question was referred to Oregon, and we have no experts in wildlife in your area. Here is the contact information for your county office: http://cekern.ucdavis.edu/about/contact/