Can anyone shed some light on guinea behavior and hills? I am raising 16 keets - not out free ranging yet - and we have 1 adult, who just started free ranging. Our property (10 acres) is in the middle of a hill. I'm finding that the adult keeps heading up the hill. The majority of our property is downhill. Is there something in their natural make up that makes them want to go up rather than downhill? If so, I'm concerned that once the flock starts to free range, they will head uphill and be gone. Anyone else have the same experience or willing to share ideas? Thanks!