Shipping Peafowl internationally - Page 3
Here is a page with some international peafowl breeders: http://unitedpeafowlassociation.org/Internationalbreeders1.html
The Rocking B-A-B Ranch (http://rockingbabranch.com/peafowl/international-shipping/) does export peafowl to all over the world, but it would probably be more cost effective to import birds from one of the international breeders on that first page I linked to. Several of them raise many peafowl varieties so if you are wanting more than just the basic varieties, you can get most of them without buying from the US.
If you are importing birds from the US or say Europe the birds will have to be quarantined.
Edited by MinxFox - 2/17/16 at 7:32pm
8 peafowl: 1 India Blue, 1 blackshoulder, 1 pied, 2 split (pied or white), 2 whites, 1 Indo-Chinese Green.
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As I mentioned to you, there might be some birds left in the North of Vietnam. However, there is none in the South. That's where I live.
The captive birds you see on the video are imported birds. Go to VN and visit these places find out yourself.
Anyhow, I am looking for birds to start my breeding program. If you don't like it, please, don't criticize me.
No one green peacock in th Cat Tien park ?
Those peacocks have not only one white feather !
Dany, I know this situation there, it is frustrating to mention it again and again and nobody would like to see what will happen soon or later.
You know all these pictures from Thailand very well, where hybrids running in the wild with pure greens.
The only thing we can do is to point out this problem and maybe once we are listened.