I have 4 Guineas that are 9 weeks old, and I got them when they were 6 weeks old. They are currently housed in a large dog crate inside the chicken coop with the chickens. I have a small enclosed run on one side of the coop for when the chickens are not out free ranging (see photo). This is the enclosure Ive allowed the guineas to roam around in when I let them outside. I would now like to let them out to free range during the day, but I do not want them to just fly away and never come back. I've read on this forum that I should let two out and leave two inside the enclosed run. Do I have this planned out correctly? . . . any suggestions? [see update below] UPDATE: Today (7/30) I let 2 of the guineas out to free range with the chickens, and they stayed close to the coop/pen. The did wander to eat some fresh greenery and bugs, but always wandered back to their two buddies stuck inside the pen. In the evening all I had to do was herd them over to the pen and open the door and they quickly ran back inside to be with their guinea-mates. I'm glad this all worked out. I'm gonna do this for a while till I'm satisfied they won't fly off and never come back (cuz I only have 4). THANK YOU, everyone, for your wonderful assistance!! This forum ROCKS!