Usually, if I can make a sound similar enough to a baby chick, I can get little heads to poke out from around momma and get a peek.
I first took most of the babies out of the nesting box and placed them in the new pen.
Between pecks, I was able to move momma hen down to her babies. She calmed down once she realized that everyone was okay and even began to teach them how to eat.
She did have a few eggs that hadn't hatched yet but felt like they may have a chick in them so I let her keep three eggs to see if they would hatch by tomorrow. I also cleaned out the nesting box she had been in.
Guinea eggs are very pretty and a tad smaller than my regular chicken eggs.
Yesterday was our 11th anniversary. We celebrated the best way we could. TH, THB, and MHM went to cut a load of firewood on some property TH used his charm super power to gain access to. I stayed home and canned 14 quarts of green beans using my new All American 930 canner. It went much faster than when I would use my Presto and have to do two runs. After we were done, we took the Princesses to the drive in to watch Brave. It was a good movie and the princesses love getting out and visiting the drive in movie.
Everything is still wet here. The weeds are really enjoying this weather. Our tomatoes have finally started to ripen. I had one on the vine that I was saving for today but I suspect THB or MHM was granted access to the garden by TH and I lost that one. Oh well, one tomato for the help of a load of firewood is a pretty good trade!