This is my first time keep guinea fowl from chicks that I hatched (I bought eggs) until adulthood. I've got a little group of what I suspect are hormonal pubertal guinea fowl. There are 12 that are nearly 4 months old and I've also got 12 that are about 2 months old. All living together, and out of the older birds I've got 4 males (I think- they developed larger, differently shaped wattles that seem to point a little bit different direction, forward if that makes sense). Up until this morning everything seemed just fine, no drama whatsoever. I go out this morning to scare off a pack of dogs that was trying to break in, and everything seemed fine still. I go out a few minutes later to bring some fresh chopped veggies, and there's 2 males in the center of a guinea circle, fighting each other pretty aggressively. It looked like a high school boy fight, with the rest of the guineas circled around. I feel like I have enough guinea fowl and enough ladies for the males. Are they just fighting to establish pecking order?