So I'm new to this whole Guinea fowl thing. Up until about a week ago I thought I had two female Guineas....turns out I'm pretty sure one is a male. They are so hard to tell apart by look, but going by actions I think I figured it out. I got them as Keets in May and they were raised with 11 Silkie chicks and two Ducklings. I know its more common for a female to lay eggs the spring after she is hatched, but shes been laying in a tall weedy area that we have scrap laying in and when she does that, the male goes into attack mode. He hasn't gone after me or my boyfriend or his parents and he doesn't go after our Alpha hen, but he goes after all other animals, including the silkies he grew up with. Doesn't matter if its a hen or a rooster, he attacks them. He just started doing it a week ago and that's when I determined she is actually a he. With that being said, if he is protecting the female and a nest, how do I go about finding the nest and how do I relocate it and the female into a coop? I posted in the Guinea Fowl Enthusiasts group on Facebook but no one answered me.