Have you ever had your guineas make a bunch of noise in the middle of the night, but you think that a falling leaf startled them? (I mean come on, any guinea owners know that this happens) Well, they started making a bunch of noise and I thought that all was fine, but then they just got louder and louder and that went on for about 2 minutes before I came out of the shower and rushed to the gun closet to grab my BB gun. Mom asked what I was doing, and in reply, I rushed out the door with the gun and a flashlight. I sprinted to the area where they like to sleep, and they were all gone. One moment they are making as much noise as possible the next they all were quiet and seemed to have dissapered. I only found one of my white guineas but I'm afraid with this snow that it won't survive until morning because of how cold it will get. Of course I tried to catch it but unfortunately guineas are stubborn. After 10 minutes of chasing it around I gave up and went inside. I explained everything to my Mom and she went outside for awhile but turned up with the same results. There were no feathers and we checked everywhere they would have gone. I saw no tracks in the snow, neither predator or fowl. Any ideas?