I have 3 keets, lavender I think. They were suppose to be about 3 months when we got them a month ago, honestly i have no idea but it doesn't really matter. Anyways like i said I've had them about a month. We have let them out of their pen 4 times the first they stayed right by thier pen but a'll 3 other times we have to find them and walk them back to thier pen. I'm talking ground nesting right out in the middle of the field as prime fox or cayote bait. I mean of they at least went up in a tree or something I wouldn't even bother. But no they are on the ground. And even though they follow the chickens aroundand act like my rooster is thier mama, they won't even go in chicken pen and just sleep on the ground there they have to find a wide open clearing to bed down. Anyways when we moved in 6 months ago there was a flock of 3 guineas that wander the neighborhood, they have disappeared. Apparently before we moved in there had been at least 6-8 left of the flock but we guess the foxes have gotten most off all of them. Mine and one of the other neighbors hope is that when these 3 are big enough they can free range and hopefully join thr other flock (if it still exists). Honestly it looks like this spring ill have to get a few more to help increase thier numbers. I just wish these keets will either return to their pen (a mini store bought coop) or start roostinf in a tree already.