The first 2 pictures are a subspecies of the wild Helmeted Guineafowls in Africa called Reichenow's Guineafowl. They have the largest helmets of all the helmeted Guineas. All the wild species of Helmeted have blue heads, and these are what common domesticated Guineas came from. This is a younger pair, the adults are too jumpy to get good shots of, but they're heads are darker blue and the helmets are twice the size of these. These are my Kenya Crested Guineafowl. They are one of 3 subspecies of Crested Guineafowl in the wild, and have the most colorful facial skin, the polka dots are light blue in color, with blue bars running along the wing feathers.