I spent a lot of time with the peafowl today watching them and feeding them bread. I took Peep into the adult peafowl pen but Ice jumped on him and he freaked out so I still don't think I can keep him in the larger pen. At least he gets along with the three white peachicks in his pen. I let Peep out of the pen because he is so good about staying close to me. I tried to get him to walk out back with me but he wanted to stay near the pens. I called his name and he ran past me and flew 30 feet away from me and landed. Then he ran back to me. I was glad he got to stretch a little. We walked around the big peafowl pen and the adults curiously watched Peep. I wonder if they are jealous of him being allowed to be let out of his pen every now and then to explore. I petted Peep a lot today too. Normally I don't get to spend much time with him anymore since all my birds are at my Grandma's and I visit them after school to feed them and then I go home. I always try to pet him a little to keep him tame. He is so sweet! Peep also displayed for me when I let him into the adult peafowl pen but when Damsel my pied peahen walked up he stopped. The three white peachicks that share a pen with Peep are doing great. One of the males is really outgoing and friendly. I think that is the male I will keep and the other male my dad's friend who got the white peachicks for me is going to get the other white male. The third white is a peahen and she will probably be Peep's mate. Today I noticed the white peachicks all cuddled up on the ground so I had to take their picture! "How come my foot isn't white?" Alto my adult peacock was displaying a bunch today probably because the weather was nice. It wasn't so freezing today. His neck feathers have almost fully grown back from where the raccoon bit him. Damsel and Alto groomed each other. Damsel is scratching around in some leaves looking for food. Ice likes to hang out next to the other pen with Peep and the three white peachicks most of the time. In this photo Ice is preening and her three peachicks are in front of her. From left to right: white, dark pied, pied. All of Ice's peachicks are peahens. Ice's pretty white peachick. I might name this one Snow White. Here is Ice's dark pied lying on a little log. The dark pied and the pied peachick are really close. The white peachick likes to be close to Ice but the dark pied and the pied like to go off on their own and hang out.