Our female guinea is currently sitting on her nest- we know exactly where it is. it's about an hour - 1.5 hours before it gets dark. She was on the nest for most of the day, maybe an hour or two off at different times? I've read that we should put her in a kennel with the eggs. Anyone have luck with this? We'd really like some more keets.... and we'd like her to hatch them at least. We have two options of where we could put her- in a large sized dog kennel in the barn, or in a small shed we made in the hopes of her laying in there. (obviously she decided she liked the brush pile better... ) there is no enclosed run attached to the small shed, but it does have food and water and roosts. Which does anyone advise? Also- should we put the male with her? They are pretty attached to each other (though not enough apparently, since he's safe in the coop with the chickens now! )... Should we lock her in there for a few days? for the whole sitting? should we open the door so she can leave to eat bugs, etc? In my ideal world, I'd put her in the shed with the male, and let her sit in there, but leave the door open during the day so they both could come and go as they pleased... advice would be awesome!!! I love these birds, but man they're stubborn and stupid! thanks much!!!