I found one of our guinea's nests in a thick brush pile. She was heavily covered by the brush and only came out once a day, usually in the late morning. It took me two weeks for me to find her nest and once I did, I made sure to just vaguely look in on her every now and then so I didn't disturb her. Well, when we got hit with "Hurricane Earl" (actually it was quite pathetic in my area, thankfully, and we only got a little wind and rain) she left in the morning and returned to the chicken coop that night with everyone else. I decided to take her nest as it was obvious she wasn't returning that night and I didn't want the eggs out in the cold and rain. We fired up the incubator, didn't even give it a chance to warm up and put the eggs in. I had little hope as all were wet, cold and dirty and I didn't see any movement when candled. Yesterday, a little over a week later, I noticed a pip and later in the evening a little keet hatched out! I was completely amazed! Now I'm just hoping for the best that the rest of them also surprise me. Luckily, I had two chicks hatch out about a week ago, so the new keet has some company. Wish them luck!