|Maybe a predator
chased them until they were totally lost and unable to find their way home?
Maybe they were neglected or improperly cared for by their previous owner?
Who knows for sure?
Some people are "chosen" by guineas who venture away from the farm in search of a better home. Such is the case for Loretta who has this to say:
"We are located in the heart of North Dallas residential area and these guys have been around since March of last year. They are really getting "fat and sassy" and have even been roosting on my front porch when it rains. I have a bench with slats in it and they will get up on that to be out of the rain and wind. Can you believe it? I just had to show you these photos. Enjoy."
|The owner of these 2 White African Guinea Fowl raises them successfuly in a residential area with approval from the neighbors, who not ony get to enjoy their humorous ways but also benefit from having them around.|
Pictured below, they are in their outdoor home sitting on some eggs.
Now if this doesnt
Connie says her birds like to be come in her house to be held and petted.
(I think they are visiting their friends in the reflection too!)