Hi there! I'm new here and have a few questions. I've got 3 guineas (I think 1 male and 2 females) - they always used to stick together like glue in the day and at night roosting in the tree by the chicken coop - but now 2 of them wander around together and one stays on its own (don't even know where it roosts!) I think the loner is the male. Anyone else have that kind of behavior? I noticed the 2 girls laying eggs behind a tree a month or so ago and moved the eggs onto a pile of hay in the chicken coop, where amazingly they laid their eggs the very next day and have done every since...................I removed a whole load, and left a load there over the past 2 weeks, and now I have a guinea sitting on them, all day and night. Sometimes the other guinea sits on the nest with her - LOL. So my real question is right now, if she's going to try and hatch some keets out (and I have no idea if the eggs are fertile or not!) will she leave the nest to eat, there is chicken food and water in the coop. And the coop door is open in the day so that the 3 chicken girls can free range. I'm kind of excited about the prospect of having some home hatched keets - and want to make sure I am doing the right things! Any advice is really welcome - thanks!