So it started yesterday, when I went out to supervise our little flock of 6 hens and a roo for their free range time. The neighborhood guinea hens came over. Three were from my next door neighbor, and two more were from somewhere down the street. They hung with my birds and I didn't think anything of it because Roo did not make a fuss, and strangely the guinea were quiet too. But as my birds went into roost for the night, I noticed one guinea trying to follow them through the pop door and another in the run. I got them out and watched. The three that belonged to my next door neighbor went home to roost. The other two hung out then went into the woods for the night. First thing this morning all five guinea were back and are hanging out right next to my birds who are in thier run. ALL DAY Why would these birds who usually like to roam and roam be hanging with my birds all day? Could they be hungry? Cold ? (it was 20 degrees last night)? Social? Not sure what to do. Advice welcome? On another note, I just saw bobcat cross my yard, so Im not sure my girls will be free ranging today. Could the guinea know about the bobcat and be looking for safety in numbers?