I had five guineas when I released everyone from the coop in the morning. 2 hours later I only had four. I found a pile of feathers in between two chain link fence panels that are leaning against a tree. I assume it got cornered and that was that. Poor thing. It was one of my pearl grey males. So I now have 2 females and two males. The others didn't seem too upset which suprises me. It happened right up near my duck pen which worries me. I don't want predators that close to my ducks. I did see my neighbors dogs in my yard shortly before I realized the guinea was missing, however they live with chickens and muscovies so I don't think they would eat the guineas. They generally leave my ducks and guineas alone and just come over to say hi and play with my dogs. We have a TON of red shouldered hawks around, they do kill birds but the local raptor rescue said they are not big and strong enough to fly away with a guinea. We do get the occasional stray dog, fox, coyote, bobcat, owl, etc... Poor guinea, I hope it was a fast end for it. My daughter and I collected a bunch of the feathers to use in an art project. She thought that we could remember him that way. Sorry for the rambly post. Just feeling sad.