Hi, I will.
No we think he was watching us from the woods for about 10 days to 2 weeks based on our Guinea Hens reactions to something. So, I sent a video of him to the warden who said he must be domesticated and then suggested one farm where he might come from and suggested I also call the animal control officer to see if he could think of anyone else. I also asked Warden what radius to search in and he said a mile, probably less. I also called Animal Control Officer and between the two of them they suggested 3 farms. Checked all of them and two other places as well and talked to the neighbors. No one owned him.
We leave him free in the daytime so he is free to come and go as he pleases. He could easily return to where he came from. Maybe this is just a lark for him but he follows me and my husband around like a dog and has taken to greeting my mother's nurse in the driveway and accompanying her to the door.
At this point I'm sorta hoping he doesn't go back because I've grown attached to him. We're planing housing for him and close him up in the run at night to keep him safe from the coyotes.