Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Free Birds ...................................

The keets have grown into young adults and this year I'm trying something new with their release.

I've been letting them out during the day , but trying to get them to roost inside at night.

The 4 adult guinea have been busy looking after them and teaching them how to be a guinea.

They stay busy all day long running them back to the underbrush or into the woods.

Sunday night they decided not to come in and roost , so they spent the night in the woods , roosting in the trees. They all survived , thankfully. Tonight , all but one went into roost , I tried to chase it in , but it became spooked and disappeared into the dark and I couldn't find it. I hope it isn't spotted by any predators and makes it through the night.

Many Blessings

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It's so hard to get them to resist their nature and be safe. Hope they are all safe. I can't believe how big they have gotten.