A woody hillside, populated by my pet chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, and guinea fowl, trying to find their missing feathers.
But it was her light dinner—typically a broth with vegetables and either chicken or guinea fowl—that Wheeler saw as key.
Another time he fed me and Paul a dinner of guinea fowl and Barbancourt rum.
Along the railway may be seen the secretary bird, guinea fowl and also handsome cranes.
With guinea fowl, rolls of crisp bacon, hominy and stewed celery, currant jelly.
Yet one other case was that of an officer who met a leopardess with cubs in the bush when out after guinea fowl.
The pigeon is as large as a sea-gull, but in color is like the guinea fowl—spotted white and black—but of much brighter color.
Ducks waddle, geese strut, guinea fowl go trip-trip on feet too tiny.
So the gennet sat down and waited, and presently a guinea fowl came along and asked the man what he was doing.
Before him lay a feast fit for a king, a guinea fowl baked in clay among the coals.