I have an important question. About a month ago, the camo where me and my family lives inherited a peahen and peacock and they are just beautiful. Well, at the time there was not a place to put them except in our chicken coop, and at the time it seemed to be ok and we would try to see if it would last until spring and build them another enclosure. Well, recently one of our roosters discovered his voice and dominance and is exerting it everywhere, especially on the peacock. He has now bloodied his neck and I have to find a solution immediately. The peacock is not defending himself and has now refused to go inside to sleep. I am afraid that he is just giving up, between the lack of space and the rooster. We live in a group setting and the person who arranged for the peacocks to come here is adament that the peacocks be let go and be free to roost the millions of trees we have. Well, we have numerous predators, a couple of loose farm dogs, raccoons, cats and a lot of coyotes. Do you think that it is a good idea to let them free knowing they could be lunch for something, or try to find a good temorary home and build an enclosure. I was told by someone who also raises peacocks that I should definately not let them go, but I always love a second opinoin. I need to know from those with experience, what you think the peacocks will do? Will they fly away? Stay? Or just be lunch? My stance is not to let them go, to build an enclosure if we can. We did not do it before because of the weather and money/time restraints of the people that work here. What would you do?