- Jan 7, 2013
I agree again, just a stained white male, i have lots of stained whites this time of year after he finishes his molt he will be a pretty white again and if not well i guess i am wrong, it happensI really think it is just a white peacock with some dirty feathers. They get dirty looking from dust bathing, rain, etc. Other peafowl varieties just don't show dirt like white peafowl do.
Here is one of my white peahens all dirty and wet after a rain.
He is a beauty, Breed him with your pieds and if they are caring the white eyed gene i believe you can get silver from them