My 2wk old guineas are happy in their brooder in the laundry room. I love to watch and listen to their antics and goings on. And they are doing the funniest thing... they scratch up the newspaper and are, what I can only describe as, trying to dust bathe. They scratch scratch scratch and shred the paper and hunker down, fluffing up their feathers and wings and throwing their heads back in that funny way.. like you would see adult guineas doing in the dirt. Am I misinterpreting this behavior? If not, should I give them a little area of the dusty dirt from dry areas in the yard in the brooder so they can dust bathe? Do you guys do it? Or do you just make 'em wait til they're outside with the rest?