Recent Examples of guinea fowl from the Web
The beautiful, modern winery has an extensive outdoor patio overlooking the vineyard and natural farm, manned by two hard-working Great Pyrenees dogs who keep the deer away and by a flock of guinea fowl who gobble up the bugs.
In one case, a Field paleontologist sent over a picture of a modern guinea fowl, saying the crest atop a pterosaur should look a little more like that than what the Blue Rhino team suggested, said Quady.
Also not really Olympics related, but Bela cares for camels, peacocks, chickens, horses, and guinea fowl on his ranch.
Forty vultures landed one by one on the water’s edge, scaring off families of warthogs and guinea fowl.
Forget frozen turkeys or anything larger than a guinea fowl.
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GUINEA FOWL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of guinea fowl for English Language Learners
: a gray-and-white spotted bird that is commonly raised for food
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