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Keeping Guinea Fowl as Pets

8 Weeks - Time to Free Range!

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The outside of a guinea fowl coop. The guinea fowl are standing behind an open coop door.

After being in the coop for 6 weeks to instill in the birds where their home base is, it is time to let the guineas free range.

It is not recommended to take the guineas out of the coop, but to let them come out on their own. The top coop door is open and waiting for a brave guinea to check out the outside world.

The outside of a guinea fowl Coop. One guinea fowl is perched on top of the open coop door.

One brave guinea perches on the door.

The outside of a guinea fowl coop. Two guinea fowl are standing on top of a open coop door.

Two brave guineas perch on the door.

Close up - Three guinea fowl are perched on the door of their coop.

Three brave guineas perch on the door.

Four guinea fowl are perched on top of a coop door. Three of them are looking down over the edge.

And four!

Five guinea fowl are standing on a coop door. One is standing backwards and another one is spreading its wings.

And a fifth joins the group!

Six guinea fowl are standing on a coop door. Five of them are looking down the door at the floor and one is looking to the left.

And six!

Six guinea fowl are perched on a coop door and another Guinea is standing on top of the other GUineas.

A seventh joins!

Guinea fowl are standing on a coop door and below them laying and standing in hay are three cats who are watching the birds.

The cats and the guineas check each other out.