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I would say that taking them to a groomer to have their wings clipped would be the best solution. That way, if they get startled by a loud noise, they will be least likely to try to fly into a wall, or worse. Clipping a bird's wings is a common method for keeping birds from flying around until they're used to their new home, making them fully dependent on ...


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The first thing I can think of is that it's another animal startling them. If it's a wild like a fox, raccoon, or possum, or even just a stray cat, it could disappear as it hears you coming to check on the guinea fowl. The other possibility that you might have to judge, is your other pets are causing it. Whether it's your dog trying to play and it stops as ...


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Well I have two grown fowls. All I had to do was clip some feathers out of their wings so they won't fly,but I don't know how long it will take for the wings to grow back, will that run away and not come back? I want to test that theory with their wings clipped see if they would return.


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When I lived in Washington State, I had a small farm. I brought home about 7 or 8 guinea fowl. They were added to the farm because of their insect eating habits, for organic pest control. This was probably 20 years ago now, so the memories have faded a bit. I had free roaming Chicken's & Muscovy Ducks, everyone went it to the pens at night, if they ...


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