We let the chickens and guineas out of the coop for the first time today. We waited till later in the day (6:30 ish) thinking they would have a little while to explore their new yard and then go in to roost. Well, long story short, all the chickens and almost all the guineas followed the plan. But one guinea literally flew the coop. I tried to get it out of the tree it went in, but it was a futile attempt. They have been in the coop for a couple weeks, w/o outside access (the fencing has not gone well), with the back top vent open, so they have had SOME exposure to cool evening temps. It is supposed to be 59 tonight, and the guinea is all alone in that tree. I DO plan to eventually free range them, but I am just concerned that this kid is all alone in the world out there! I did try to get it down, but it's claws are wrapped tight, and it wants nothing to do with me. Do you think it will be ok?!?!?!?!???????