I always knew that my turkeys were a group of renegade cops but I never knew that they would take it to this level. Well, this is my story..................... Yesterday when I was home doing the chores in the chicken yard, I opened the guinea pen and stepped inside. As I was turning around to close the door, one of my guineas ran pass me and out of the guinea pen into the chicken yard. I stepped out of the guinea pen to see if I could get it to go back into the guinea pen. Well, that didn't work. The guinea took off and flew about 1/2 mile into the open field across the street. This guinea flew higher than my muscovy ducks. I was speechless. I immediately panicked. As I secured the guinea pen, I ran towards the field. Well, I look back and I see my turkey gang running behind me. I assumed that they saw the entire thing (NOSEY turkeys) and was running to see what was going on. Well, I made it over to the field and stopped not to scare the guinea away. Well my turkeys ran pass me and kept running towards the guinea. I just knew that the guinea would fly off again. The turkeys surrounded the guinea and wouldn't let the guinea out of the circle. I had no idea what was about to happen, so I ran back to the house to get the camera to get pics because I knew that this was going to be a good story to tell. I knew that the turkeys would not attack and kill the guinea because they are all talk (bunch of school yard bullies is what they are) and no action. I got the camera and ran back outside. By the time I got the camera and made it back outside, the guinea AND turkeys were back in the yard, so I assume the turkeys herded the guinea back into the yard. Well, the guinea tried to run off. This is when I started taking pics. Below is the rest of the story with PICS. The pics tell it all. And the chase begins Onlookers wondering what in the world is going on. Onlookers now know what is going on and are running for dear life. They want no part of this. Notice the ducks in background running for dear life. A new group has tagged up and in the ring to continue the chase. Turkeys surrounding the guinea to run it into the chicken yard. Turkeys have herded the guinea into the chicken yard and ran it into a corner. During the taking of these next 5 pictures, there is a lot of sounds, noises, screeching, gobbling and hearing every other sound you can imagine. It was a lot of back and forth as the turkeys took turns in the scare. The guinea is realizing that it has been caught and the chase is up. He is BUSTED. This is the defense setup that got the guinea caught. Notice the turkey on the left at the bottom sneaking around to fill that hole to secure the circle so that the guinea can't get out. Guinea Caught Disclaimer: No animals were hurt in the taping of this video or taking of these pics. I have to admit that I would have NEVER caught that guinea without those turkeys. I'm serious!!!! There would have been no way. That guinea would have continued to fly into the woods until it was long gone. My guineas ARE NOT tame. They are VERY WILD. The turkeys went into the open field and circled the guinea, brought it back home, chased him down until he was too tired to fly again, cornered him and then I stepped in with a net to catch him. They must know it's close to Thanksgiving and afraid that they will get cut from the team (literally) . Just joking. I don't eat my turkeys. This bunch are definitely keepers! I LOVE my turkeys. I hope that you enjoyed my Turkey story.