Staglands Wildlife Reserve Part 2 : Peafowl!

Entering the reserve at Staglands a


came to say hello!




There was also a mrs PEAHEN


One peacock was on the roof giving his eery cry every now and again.


This one sat on the rails of the old railway line.



Peafowl are two Asiatic and one African species of flying bird in the genus Pavo of the pheasant familyPhasianidae, best known for the male’s extravagant eye-spotted tail covert feathers, which it displays as part of courtship. The male is called a peacock, the female apeahen, and the offspring peachicks.[1] The adult female peafowl is grey and/or brown. Peachicks can be between yellow and a tawny colour with darker brown patches or light tan and ivory, also referred to as “dirty white”. The term also embraces the Congo Peafowl, which is placed in a separate genus Afropavo.


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