Not a joke...seriously? We have 7 acres of field, the neighbor has 10 acres of field and behind us there are about 40+ acres of woods. So why on earth do they choose to go across the road. Our road is fairly quiet except for commuting times. The problem is I live on a bend in the road about half way up a mountain. People coming up the hill around the bend cannot see where the birds are crossing. I bought and put up "Guinea Crossing" signs and put them at both ends of the property. I am afraid that I am going to find dead birds and feathers everywhere. Any suggestions? Maybe I should only let them out for a few afternoon hours rather than all day? They are stressing me out and what's the point of having them to eat the ticks in my fields when they head for the woods and across the street? I do enjoy having the birds and their racket, but I am afraid to lose them. We have lost a lot of barn cats over the years to this road. I just don't understand the curiosity.