Thoughts on Guinea Fowl
Trip Start Sep 15, 2012
22Trip End Dec 19, 2012
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That's already a million times more thought about guinea fowl than any guinea fowl has ever or will ever exhibit about anything.
I’ve had a good bit of time to observe them in the past couple of weeks. There’s a small flock living on the premises of the lodge where I’m staying, and my office during the week is outside in the garden. Often, it’s just me and the guinea fowl.
The stupid, stupid guinea fowl.
During the normal course of their day, guinea fowl wander aimlessly pecking and scratching, making soft, melancholic little clucks and warbles, which is kind of sad and sweet
Heaven forbid something or someone unknown or unliked enter the grounds. They are quite territorial, and there’s vocal racket and mad fluttering in all directions. I’ve watched them do this with crows, another guest, and, when I left them on the porch one afternoon, my shoes.