Help! (Pretty please!) My 18 month old Indian Blue has wandered into my neighbors yard and I don't know how to get him back! ......This isn't like a city-neighbor situation. There's kind of a small "holler" and woods inbetween us. Backstory: My husband and I are total peacock newbs. We found this sweet boy at a flea market a month ago in a cage hardly any bigger than him. Only since reading this forum today have I discovered that I have A LOT to learn.. like that we shouldn't lasso his foot, the way you would a chicken. My initial thought was to have my husband help me hold up a large mirror on his level and slowly have him chase his reflection back to our home. (He likes to hang out near my greenhouse, I think because his reflection keeps him "company".) My husband wanted to lasso his leg or pull him out of the dogwood he's roosting in tonight. My neighbor is... uhm.... not so happy about all the peacock poo in his drive, so we have to get him ASAP. (He's been there a week. Thanks to the weird woods, it distorted the sound of his honk so I've been searching in the opposite direction all week to find him!) My husband tried catching him with a tarp earlier today and failed miserably... After reading this forum, I've learned that apparently we could seriously injure the fella if we grab him wrong. Any suggestions on how to get him home safely? I read something earlier on vodka soaked bread and while I don't WANT to get my peacock drunk, I wonder if that's the only way we'll get him calm enough to bring him home without injury? Thanks in advance! I look forward to learning more on the proper way to care for him! But right now - I gotta get this boy home before someone shoots him!