Oskar Borbas was left at the farm one day and fit right in -- with the chickens -- even though he was a Guinea Fowl.
Oskar self-identified as a chicken and found his place on the farm by caring for the peeps. A peep is a surprise chick that hatched outside the hen house without a hen to claim it. Oskar took them on and kept them warm and protected.
Oskar was an incredible alarm and alerted us if there was a fox or a snake: he was very brave. He sounds like a car alarm (listen to this!) so we knew when there was danger nearby.
But for some reason, even if the gate was open, he wouldn't go out. He knew where he belonged and that he was loved here at the farm.