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Discussion in 'Peafowl' started by AndysPeafowlSanctuary, Nov 2, 2010.
Those are just super beautiful!!
In one word: WOW!
I swear, if I am ever down your way, I am coming to see them in person! Love your setup and birds.
What kind of plants are you using in your pens? I was thinking of adding some to my new coop/run.
Those are beautiful, none of my males grow trains that long yet. What type is the first male with the white spots on his wings, I have never seen one like him.
Heya , The first pic of the male is a yearling blackshoulder peacock. He only has those spot on his wings because he's so young. When he gets a little older those white speckles will be black. Thanks for the comments on the birds. Andy
Great looking peas!!!! I hope my new white Peacock has a long train like yours the year!
Can you tell me what color this pea is? i have one out of my 4 that is looks just like it.
Wow, those are beautiful!
Just let me know when they start laying ...I'd be happy to come down and gather eggs (grinz) lol
Hey Zazouse, that peahen in the photo is an india blue white eye. Unlike ever other gene the white eye and pieds only need 1 parent who's carring the gene to produce white eye offspring. so you could breed a white eye to a usual india blue and white india blue white eye instead of india blue split to white eyes if the gene was recessive. hmmm i think thats rights.. Its alot of confusion but the more you review it the easier it becomes. Genes Fo Yo Nerves! Thanks again for the pic comments. @ndy