My 8 guineas usually get together with the 5 from a farm across the road (across the road is 1000 yards away mind you). Anyway, today they were all together in my yard around the pines in the grass. We have about 2 inches of snow on the ground so they hung around areas that had melted. Usually the farms 5 will go back around 3pm and I coop mine up, not today. None of them wanted to go across the snow and I guess they forgot how they got there. Finally I had most of them right at the coop and then they decide "hey, these 50 foot oak tress look nice". Now all the birds, including the farms, are in the oaks spread all over limbs. It's dark now and they wouldn't come out. Bad part is it's going to be 15 degrees tonight with wind chills in the single digits. I hope there isn't 13 frozen birds in the oak trees in the morning.