Here's something you don't see everyday. We were both upstairs and all 3 of our dogs started barking like someone was at the door. We are in a rural area and hardly ever get visitors. We checked both doors and no one. I asked my wife if she had a load of laundry going as an unbalanced load will some times make some noise. Nope. Then we heard it again coming from downstairs. I went down the stairs and peeked around the corner. Aside from the knocking and beating the glass sliding door because they can see their reflection, there is the addition of a local guinea fowl hen that has been hanging out with them for over a month. The biggest toms in the group get all puffed up when she's near them. This hen can be seen coming up behind them and breaking up the ruckus. Hilarious. When I researched guinea fowl hens, I found that this one has the coloration they call chocolate. They are free range and known for going on walkabouts. She probably liked the local turkey flock when they came by her place and she went with them. She's quite bossy and herds the flock if they get too far apart. I've seen a lot of turkey action, but never anything like what we've been watching between the guinea hen and the turkeys. She probably came from a farm within a mile or so.