My Pearl Gray male is still bullying, chasing every guinea in the pen and pulling feathers - even the females. Is that hormonal or personality? He's not just chasing the other male anymore. He's not hurting them or drawing blood, although I think if someone kept running after me pulling my hair out, I would take issue with it. It's like he's trying to catch them and stop them. Should I worry? Should I lessen the number of guineas in the pen by, say, ONE? The hens are starting to find corners and covered spots in the pen and making nests - or what looks to be a nest. I'm thinking eggs are coming soon. I have a plastic storage container turned upside down that they use. The hens go in, come out, go in, come out, and they lay down in the same spot as the previous hen. One hen goes into the coop and stays there, buck-wheating her head off, which drives me nuts when I'm in the garden trying to get it ready for planting. Should I lessen the number of guineas by, say, TWO? Is all of this likely spring mating/nesting behavior or have all my guineas decided they hate each other? Sure looks like nesting behavior to me, but I worry about the PG male. What a jerk he is. Suggestions?