Today has been a rainy, cloudy day. I waited for the rain to clear up so I could feed the peafowl. When I entered the pen Alto walked up, his train soaking wet and drooping. Peacock feathers are really pretty when they are wet though. They look very bright pinkish purple and the eye feathers are golden with bright greenish blue. They look really different. Also when their train is all wet you can see all their train feathers better. Alto was pecking at some food so I walked up behind him and was looking at his eye feathers when I spotted something out of the ordinary....One of his long train feathers in the center of his train didn't have just one eye spot but two! The dark blue center of the eye was split in half by the light blue. It was so cool looking. I didn't get a photo of it but I will have to when it isn't so rainy out and overcast and maybe I will get the chance to get a good picture of it when he displays. How rare is this? I once saw a picture of a double eyed feather and the caption said it was very rare but how rare? Have any of you seen this in your birds before? I think it is so cool I can't wait for him to shed it after breeding season.