Sleeping through grazing guineas. . .

I guess when you're tired, and it's time for ewe to take a nap... a few guineas going by and pecking in the grass around ewe doesn't make much difference.

Shetland sheep ewes and guinea birds.

At any rate, the old matriach of our little flock didn't seem to notice when she had guineas all around her. And they can be LOUD.

Guuinea birds and sheep ewes.

I guess if ewe need a nap, ewe need a nap.

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  1. :)
    Maybe she’s just learned to tune them out after all this time.

  2. Rural Writer says:

    I suspect that’s true. I don’t notice them when I’m outside, but when I watch a little video I’ve made, I’m always amazed at how much guinea noise there is!

  3. Cute photos of the ewes and the guinea.

  4. Rural Writer says:

    Thanks Eileen! There’s always guineas running around somewhere here!

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