Well, my keets are now about 3 weeks old and i have kept them in the coop without outside access. Sunday i powered up there auto door and i have yet seem one come out into there temporary run i put up to keep them corralled and from getting lost. They have been just hanging out in the coop all day as if they were locked up. I thought that they might have been a little short and couldn't see over the door jam area and were just going to find it when they stood tall enough, but today i drive by with the lawn tractor to move the chicken tractors and there all there at the door staring at me as i drive by. It was rather funny looking at 30 guineas watching me drive by. So i then realized that they were in deed tall enough to see out just not brave enough to do so. So when did you keets start to venture on there own when they have acces to the outside? There are no adult guineas and all the chickens are in tractors. we had 7 adults free range for about 3 years until the foxes found there very poorly hidden nests, and the hawks got the 2 males the following year, last summer. they were more concerned with each chasing each other any more to look out for themselves. Ohh here a pic of the day after they arrived.