I went out early this morning to feed. Around 6:30 I got up and decided to feed a little earlier this morning since it was a cold night. I open the duck/geese pen and noticed they didn't come running out but lingered. Then I looked up and noticed a guinea in a different tree. None of the guineas were in the tree they usually sleep in. So I continued wearily and opened the other coops. Granted it was still dark and the chickens wouldn't come out yet. I fed the horses and went to check on the ducks and geese. They were still trying to decide what to do. Very odd behavior so I knew something was up. I knew something was wrong as soon as I saw a guinea in a different tree. Also the turkeys hadn't come down which was unusual too. They were standing on there roosting spot with there feathers ruffled. Then I saw it. A wing of a guinea. I noticed a branch was broke in the tree they roost in. The guineas were scattered in different trees. I now have 4 left. What will fly at night and grab a guinea from a tree? An owl? This tree has a lot of branches so it's not easy to get into it. It's not an open branched tree, if that makes sense. The wing was fresh and just after the joint was a bone and it was snapped in half. What ever got the bird was strong enough to snap that bone and carry off the guinea. Any ideas? Bad enough I've got a small hawk and a fox now this. I don't believe a opossum or raccoon climbed the tree because there isn't a trail of feathers.