I finally had to physically move my pair inside. Because they are so used to roosting outside and did so in the snow and cold, apparently they got disoriented or something when the snow really piled up. They acted like they didn't want to get their feet in the snow. They just stayed up on their roost. After two solid days of sitting outside day and night without coming in to eat or drink, I gave in and moved them inside myself. I kept thinking they would come to their senses and move in. The inside coop area may not be much warmer, but it is at least out of the wind. I was getting concerned when they wouldn't come in to eat. They seemed a little grumpy with the idea of me moving them in and blocking off the door to the outside run at first. Now they seem to have figured out it's better inside with the food and water. I figure, just because they can tolerate the cold, doesn't mean they have to stay out and starve to death to prove it. Will peafowl typically stay out and not eat or drink for a few days? I make sure all of my animals can get to food and water at all times, especially during the winter. These two just didn't seem to have the smarts to take advantage of that.