I am caretaker for a neighbor's farm and I feed their three free ranging adult guinea fowl, their penned up keets, chickens and a stray kitten who took up residence. Today when I went to the farm to feed the animals I saw one of the adult guinea fowl laying dead near the pen where we keep the keets. Feathers and intestines were pulled out and the neck, breast and organs had been eaten. I know where it roosted at night which was on the other side of the farm, so I am thinking it was killed at dawn or dusk or in the daytime. I have read that a fox will carry their prey off to their den or a secure place to eat it, so I don't think it was a fox (since it was laying out in the open near the keet pen where the adult guineas usually hang out during the day.) Any insight into what may have killed the guinea fowl?