Not too long after I let all the birds loose into their fenced enclosure, I’m outside and I hear a godawful clamor go up from the guineas. Which isn’t by itself at all unusual. But I knew right away it meant one or more was out. OMG, we’re not TOGETHER!
Sure enough, there’s a lone guinea circling the fence, looking forlorn, and furtive, at the same time.I opened the fence, started chasing her/him around the GH to go back in.They never want my help though, and always go streaking off into the woods as soon as they get close to the opening welcoming them back in.
This one ended up pushing its way back in where the fence meets the GH, probably just like it got out. It seemed to remember.
The most accomplished flyers, the guineas are always able to escape the fence and mesh tent intended to protect them. I know they’ll at least return at night, and don’t worry about them. But they do make an unholy racket when separated.