My Guinea girl decided to make a nest up close to the foundation of the house under a bunch of ferns. You'd never know she was there if you didn't watch to see where she went when she returned to the nest. Last night sleep was slow to happen, I figured I could sleep in for a bit the next morning. Well, that didn't happen. At 6 this morning my girl started buckwheating. That is not normal so I hustled out of bed. Went out and watched for a minute, heard the boys coming unglued in their pen so I let them out. The mate went running to her. I did get to drink my coffee while the parents discussed things. Then out to baby proof the pen and try to formulate a plan for herding her and her keets into the pen. If you've never dealt with a Keet Momma it can be quite the adventure and dangerous. As the herding began I kept telling myself, patience. Be patient, don't push too hard. Take it slow. Being in too much of a rush could cause all sorts of unwanted pandemonium. I knew keets could tackle the big step up into the pen so I was prepare with to block of momma when she got in and began to put babies in with her. She attacked the wire I had to block her up so many times I surprised she didn't break through. Tried for a pic but that didn't work out well.