I am thinking about getting an adult or juvenile pair of peafowl. The garden is surrounded by walls and fences that are all over 5 feet tall... There are some areas that trees grow near the wall.. but most of the branches start above fence height.. and lower branches are very steep and almost straight up vertical. There are no low things for the birds to jump up onto and get onto the top of the wall. I willto clip their wings and release them into the garden. How high can they jump from the group up? The fences are topped with barbed wire and one fence is iron railings... this is to keep the cows and water buffalo off out.. which used to just push through the old fencing. I currently have bantam chickens, guinea fowl, ducks, and a golden pheasant (amongst other birds).. They all free range all day (Guinea and pheasant 24 / 7) and they can not get out of the garden.... even the chickens are not wing clipped. Do you think the peafowl will be contained? I don't want them getting out as there are lots of feral dogs about that would kill them. When my guinea fowl chicks grew up I did clip their wings for the first few months.. and a few times one would fly over the wall and was too stupid to understand how to get back in... and I lost 2 to dogs. Now they are clipped they have not got out since. Also diet.... can if feed the peafowl a general flock pelleted food... Its designed for adult chickens and ducks.. not for fattening up! As the peafowl would be free range all the time.. they would be able to find insects and stuff in the garden.. which is a large mango orchard. I also feed my birds vegetables and some seeds as treats.