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Discussion in 'Peafowl' started by LCwilson, Jan 6, 2010.
They told me they want to move to Florida !!!
im sure they do. i was able to get the male inside last night, first times in months.
i got a smaller one that follows the female around all over but he HATES the snow.
they dont seem to like it much.!!!!!
I live in S ohio too . Where do you live in ohio. I live near wilmington. My male peacock loves the outdoors, even in the snow. 2 peahens and guineas dont like it much along with my chickens. Duck loves the snow .
im in southern ohio. about 45 minutes from west virginia. its supposed to get into the low 40s for about 7 days. so this snow wont be here for much longer.
Quote:Not far from me, live a few miles from Wilmington......
Are you a member of the Meetup group?? I am. I am near 380.
yep did join. I live 2 miles from wilmington, west side.
Hello, We had peacock show up at our house this summer (Morrow, OH -about 30 miles from Wilmington). We've been feeding him and he was staying on the deck during the day and roosting in a tree in the front yard this summer. What do we need to do to keep him safe and healthy thru the winter? We have a barn but he has no interest in that. He has shifted his roosting tree to one near a creek but he is now much more likely to encounter raccoon, opossums and coyotes now that he's farther from the house. We have contemplated giving him to someone who could better care for him if we can't and if can catch him.
Thanks for any advice.
Let him enjoy the life he chose. Make sure that he has food and water available and when he needs more shelter he will find it. Start feeding him near the open barn door, he probably won't use it but the option will be there.