India's national bird, known for its vibrant blue color, large feathers, and breathtaking display. Sadly, their population is low.
Rare and stunning, the Golden Peafowl dazzles with blue body, golden wings, and eggs of golden hue. A sight of true beauty.
Beautiful white peacocks, genetically mutated from Blue Peafowl. No color, but stunning. Not albino; eyes are blue. Light yellow as chicks.
Pale brown with blue-green spots, white neck, black feet. Male: 50 cm. Female: 40 cm. Both eat insects, leaves, mammals, reptiles.
Myanmar's national bird, known for delicate beauty. Brown body with green spots, pink/yellow eyes, and white throat. Female cares for eggs.
vibrant, attractive peafowl from Turkey. Smaller but equally beautiful. Blue neck with orange marks. Non-flying, insect-eating runners.
80% green, similar to Indian Peafowl. Found in South Asia. Length: 1-3m. Nests on ground, lays 3-6 eggs. Eats fruit, reptiles, frogs, and hunts snakes.
Large peacock species with unique forward-facing feathers. Golden body, pink feet, blue neck/face. Males 63-79 inches, females duller, 12-14 inches.
Stunning blue metallic color, unique feather pattern, smaller size, rare sightings. Male vibrant, female dull. Diet: nuts, leaves, insects. Population unknown.
African beauty with smaller feathers. Males: green-blue with red neck. Females: black belly, green-brown upper part. Eats insects and plants.