I have have had two Guineas run over in the road. Last Saturday, I found the remnants of my only solid white Guinea in the forest across the road (her wings and legs & some bones). She was a little over a year old. My dog is confined to my property so when they are over in the forest across the street (where they have nested a half dozen times), they are very vulnerable. I guess she was lucky to make it a year. I have had another couple to just completely disappear. I try to locate nests and bust them up before they go to sitting when the nest is way out on the forest From 14 adults, I am down to 9. I had groups of 10, 5 & 9 juveniles (3 different ages) plus a Guinea hen raised with chickens. The 9 are still confined but the other two groups are near adult size so have been out awhile. The 10 & 5 groups have all been flying up and nesting with the adults in the big oak trees (60+ feet high). Night before last, one of the young Guineas in the group of 5 (and one of my Bounapartes) was taken off the roost. I only found some feathers. It could only have been an owl. We don't give Guineas much credit for being very smart but last night ALL the Guineas cooped themselves in with the chickens -- ALL of them. They have been sleeping out in the trees for months -- the only thing I can figure out is the fear of the owl. I just have a hard time giving them the credit of realizing that but can't come up with anything else. Anyone else had Guineas have a realization like that? I have a hard time believing.