*Sorry if this is in the wrong section, but i didn't put it in the guineafowl section because I figured this was a pretty general question that didn't specifically pretain to guineas.* Anyway... We have a group of "wild" guineas that showed up on our property a few months ago. They are very skitish and don't let us get near them, but we leave food out for them every once in a while. Well a few days ago I was looking out my kitchen window and I see a momma guinea with twenty something keets faithfully following behind her (it was a very cute site) Well each day I would notice that she would have fewer and fewer babies with her. Predators are very bad around here. She had 8 babies yesterday. Today she only had 3 babies left. Well my sister's husband was cutting the grass this afternoon and spots a baby in front of him, almost running over it. The mother guinea was no where in sight. So he brings it inside to me and I put the keet in the brooder. So...My question is, would you keep the baby? Or would you give it back to its mother? I feel bad about taking him away from his mother, but I also don't want to give him back to his mother and him get taken by a predator like all his siblings have. Any thoughts?