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  • Peafowl is the common name for members of two species of large birds of the pheasant The term peafowl also is used for another member of the family in another genus, the African Congo peafowl, Afropavo congensis, but this article will be limited to the two members of the Pavo genus. — “Peafowl - New World Encyclopedia”,
  • The term peafowl can refer to the two species of bird in the genus Pavo of the pheasant family, Phasianidae. Peafowl are best known for the male's extravagant tail, which it displays as part of courtship. — “Peafowl - Reference”,
  • Source on pea***s and peafowl with books, color newsletters, egg, peachicks, and birds. Besides his peafowl endeavors, he is in his eighth year teaching elementary vocal music and elementary band in Northwest Iowa. — “Pea*** General Store”,
  • Welcome to pages dedicated to those beautiful pea***s! These are the birds you love most of the time; they only make obnoxious mating calls. Even if you want to let your peafowl run free, it's probably. — “The Wild Pea*** Page”, pea***
  • Peafowl are ground feeding birds with moderately strong legs. Three strong toes face forwards and one backwards. While they nest on the ground, they prefer to roost in the trees. Their wing surface to bodyweight ration is not large and most species are incapable of long flights. — “Peafowl”,
  • The name "peafowl" refers to what is commonly known by man as the pea***. Peafowl are one of the larger birds. They range in weight from 2.6 to thir*** pounds. — “Peafowl - CreationWiki, the encyclopedia of creation science”,
  • The peafowl consist of three species of bird in the genera Pavo and Afropavo of the pheasant family, Phasianidae. The typical Asiatic peafowl belonging to the genus Pavo and include the familiar Indian Peafowl, Pavo cristatus and the much less well-known Dragonbirds or Green Peafowl Pavo muticus. — “Peafowl - from the 2006 Schools Wikipedia CD”, schools-
  • We have a few varieties of peafowl, chickens, ducks, geese, quail, and a few more pets around the farm. We are located in Coalville Utah, 17 miles away from Park City which has the greatest snow on earth!. — “Peafowl -”,
  • The peafowl are the three species of bird in the genera Pavo and Afropavo of the pheasant family, Phasianidae. The typical Asiatic peafowl belonging to the genus Pavo include the familiar Indian Peafowl, Pavo cristatus and the poorly known Dragonbirds or Green Peafowl Pavo muticus. — “Peafowl - Academic Kids”,
  • International association with an interest in pursuing and promoting the avocation of raising peafowl. — “United Peafowl Association”,
  • Currently over 110 peafowl varieties are being raised at our farm. We have the largest peafowl photo gallery on the web for viewing many of these beautiful birds. For over 30 years we have been raising peafowl and specialize in making new. — “Legg's Peafowl Farm”,
  • Bobby and Aileen Castlebury, located in Texas, raise four colors of peafowl. The peafowl pair seem to enjoy each other's company, but often a breeder will place several peahen in one. — “Pea Fowl Information”,
  • Blue India Peafowl. Pavo cristatus. My "peadeck" with a mature Black-shouldered male, 3 Blue India hens, a juvenile White male and an Oaten hen. In 1963 the pea*** was declared the National Bird of India because of it's rich religious and legendary involvement in Indian traditions. — “Blue India Peafowl”,
  • Peafowl is one of the most beautiful and attractive bird in the world. The males of the species are called pea***s and the females are called peahens, though at times they are referred to as female pea***s.The neck and the breast of the peafowl are royal blue in colour. — “Peafowl”,
  • The term peafowl can refer to any of three species of bird in the genera Pavo and Afropavo of the pheasant family, Phasianidae. Some taxonomists believe that the endangered Green Peafowl is actually a complex of five distinct species although they are. — “Peafowl”,
  • Peafowl come in 13 colors and over 200 varieties. These colors have come from selective breeding done by people all over the world. The Blue, shown at left, and the three species of green peafowl, Burmese is shown above right, are the two most common colors of peafowl found in the wild. — “Peafowl”,
  • Get accurate information in an easy-to-read style about peafowl from the San Diego Zoo's Animal Bytes. Buy tickets online and plan a visit to the Zoo or Wild Animal Park. Enjoy games, animal cams and videos, and online shopping. — “San Diego Zoo's Animal Bytes: Peafowl”,
  • peafowl ( ) n. , pl. , peafowl , or -fowls . Either of two large pheasants, Pavo cristatus of India and Sri Lanka or P The term peafowl can refer to the two species of bird in the genus Pavo of the pheasant family, Phasianidae. — “peafowl: Definition from ”,
  • The term peafowl can refer to the two species of bird in the genus Pavo of the pheasant family, Phasianidae. Peafowl are best known for the male's extravagant tail, which it displays as part of courtship. — “Peafowl - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
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Videos

  • Pea*** Display ( Cornwall Video Production ) Pea*** Display ... Pea***s are large, colorful pheasants (typically blue and green) known for their iridescent tails. These tail feathers, or coverts, spread out in a distinctive train that is more than 60 percent of the birds total body length and boast colorful "eye" markings of blue, gold, red, and other hues. The large train is used in mating rituals and courtship displays. It can be arched into a magnificent fan that reaches across the bird's back and touches the ground on either side. Females are believed to choose their mates according to the size, color, and quality of these outrageous feather trains. The term "pea***" is commonly used to refer to birds of both ***es. Technically, only males are pea***s. Females are peahens, and together, they are called peafowl. Suitable males may gather harems of several females, each of which will lay three to five eggs. In fact, wild peafowl often roost in forest trees and gather in groups called parties. Pea***s are ground-feeders that eat insects, plants, and small creatures. There are two familiar pea*** species. The blue pea*** lives in India and Sri Lanka, while the green pea*** is found in Java and Myanmar (Burma). A more distinct and little-known species, the Congo pea***, inhabits African rain forests. Peafowl such as the blue pea*** have been admired by humans and kept as pets for thousands of years. Selective breeding has created some unusual color combinations, but wild birds are themselves bursting with ...
  • Pea*** Pen Size #2 Pea***s/peafowl pen size is important if you raise the peafowl/pea***s. This video will give you a general guideline on the size of a pen for a pea***s. For more information see http:/ or [email protected]
  • Indian Peafowl (Pavo cristatus ♀) Peahen, Common Peafowl or the Blue Peafowl / Blaue Pfauenhenne Indian Peafowl (Pavo cristatus ♀) Peahen, Common Peafowl or the Blue Peafowl / Blaue Pfauenhenne
  • Chinkara and Peafowl in Dhawa Doli Wildlife Sanctuary The Chinkara (Gazella bennettii) is a species of gazelle found in south Asia. It lives in grasslands and desert areas in India, Bangladesh and parts of Iran and Pakistan. It is also known as the Indian Gazelle (Gazella gazella bennetti). It is a shy animal and avoids human habitation. It can go without water for long periods and can get sufficient fluids from plants and dew. Although most individuals are seen alone, they can sometimes be spotted in groups of up to four animals. Thisfootage is part of the professionally-shot stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and Digital Betacam. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... wfi @ and [email protected]
  • Pea*** calling - Pavo cristatus Indian Blue Peafowl (Pavo cristatus) also known as Blue Pea***, is the national bird of India. The male (pea***) has beautiful iridescent blue-green or green coloured plumage. The so-called "tail" of the pea***, also termed the "train," is in fact not the true tail but highly elongated upper tail coverts. The train feathers have a series of eyes that are best seen when the tail is fanned. This movie also gives a rear view of an Indian Blue Pea***'s tail feathers. Peafowl (both *** and hen) have a head crest. The female (peahen) has a mixture of dull green, brown, and grey in her plumage. She lacks the long tail of the male but has a crest. Mating season starts in the early Spring and ends in the early Autumn. The pea***'s courtship rituals include the display of its startling plumage and a loud call. Recent studies have shown that both the frequency and quality of ***ual plumage displays by males are reliable indicators of the health status of an individual. Visit for highres version or broadcast video footage.
  • Pea*** Breeding.mp4 Watch the courtship display and witness the breeding of a pair of peafowl at GarLyn Zoo.
  • Java Green Peafowl... Here are my Java Green Peafowl. I have 1.2 Java Greens, and then .3 greens in this pen... I know which are which...
  • Rain & Peafowl #6 Will Rain cause problems with your pea***s and peafowl. This video will show and tell you all you need to know about rain and peafowl! For further information check out our web site or e-mail us @ [email protected]
  • Indian Peafowl ( Watch the Show) India National Bird
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  • Staycation With Pea***s By The Wacky Clarinet Playing Pea*** Farmer Dennis Fett You saw him on the Tonight Show starring Jay Leno in a segment called, Does This Impress Ed Asner. The clarinet playing pea*** farmer, Dennis Fett owner/founder of the Pea*** Information Center has been fielding numerous questions from his web site this spring from potential pea*** owners. They are looking into incubating peahen hatching eggs this Summer as an activity that will keep them and their family at home. A staycation with pea***s! According to Fett, I am very surprised to hear from so many people during these hard economic times as I felt people would just forget about raising pea***s and that would be the end of the pea*** world we had the last 29 years. Because of this, Fett is coining a Staycation with pea***s. For those not knowing what a stay-cation is, it was a term created when people were looking for a stay at home activity as an alternative to a vacation. Because of these difficult economic times many Americans are not willing to just sit and do nothing at home this summer. Rather, rural people living where they can have animals are turning to raising pea***s from hatching eggs. All it takes are a few eggs and an incubator and in 28 days a peachick should hatch. During the incubation period the egg owner is getting ready by building a simple and inexpensive pen to raise the new hatchling. Fett is providing his best selling DVD called The Wacky World Of Peafowl DVD as a handbook for this exciting activity. Contact Fett at ...
  • "Pea***s" by The Mountain Goats My lovely Fiancé Amy, and I went to Florida recently for a couple days. The neighborhood we stay at is overrun with Peafowl, and in the Spring and early days of Summer, the Pea***s (male Peafowl) are in full swing with their beautiful plumage. I just thought that The Mountain Goats song "Pea***s" went well with the footage, and I really wanted to do a shot of someone in the front yard looking quizzically at the camera when John sings "why are there Pea***s, in the front yard?". Har, har. Just for the record, the species is Peafowl, males are Pea***s, and the females are Peahens.
  • Pea*** Mating See How She Reacts! [email protected] Pea*** Mating See How She Reacts! The term peafowl can refer to the two species of bird in the genus Pavo of the pheasant family, Phasianidae. The African Congo Peafowl is placed in its own genus Afropavo and is not dealt with here. Peafowl are best known for the male's extravagant tail, which it displays as part of courtship. The male is called a pea***, the female a peahen, although it is common to hear the female also referred to as a "pea***" or "female pea***". The female peafowl is brown or toned grey and brown. The two species are: * Indian Peafowl, Pavo cristatus (Asiatic) * Green Peafowl, Pavo muticus (Asiatic) The Indian Peafowl is a resident breeder in the Indian subcontinent. The pea*** is designated as the national bird of the Republic of India and the provincial bird of the Punjab (Pakistan). The Green Peafowl breeds from Burma east to Java. The IUCN lists the Green Peafowl as vulnerable to extinction due to hunting and a reduction in extent and quality of habitat. The male (pea***) Indian Peafowl has iridescent blue-green or green colored plumage. The so-called "tail" of the pea***, also termed the "train," is not the tail quill feathers but highly elongated upper tail coverts. The train feathers have a series of eyes that are best seen when the tail is fanned. Both species have a crest atop the head. The female (peahen) Indian Peafowl has a mixture of dull green, brown, and grey in her plumage. She lacks the long upper tail ...
  • Pea*** Colors #32 This video will give you good visual images of the different color types, India Blue, Black Shoulder, White, and Oaten Peafowl. For more information contact or e-mail [email protected]
  • Peafowl Peafowl strut their stuff at the Rio Grande Zoo
  • Pea*** feeding time #27 See how the five basic color types like to eat on our pea*** farm. The India Blue, Black Shoulder, Whites, Cameos and Oatens have one thing in mind...chowing down on the 28 percent gamebird food before it is placed in the feeders. For more information contact or e-mail [email protected]
  • Male Peafowl resting @ Nehru zoological park - Hyderabad
  • Pea***s Yelling #13 What can we say about this pea***s yelling video but that it speaks for itself! For more information contact or email [email protected]
  • Peahen eggs & Dog #5 Dogs and pea***s do get along. However, our dog has a knack of finding the peahen's nest of eggs. See how our egg sniffing dog discovers the nest on our farm. contact [email protected] Check out our web page
  • Beautiful Peafowl . Lahore zoo Beautiful Peafowl in Lahore zoo. Mashallah
  • 30 Rock: Liz Lemon and the pea*** The pea*** thinks Liz is his wife xDD
  • Rolo Ranch: Peafowl, Horses, Llama, Chickens, OH MY! This is a video of my animals on a Ranch We have 25 horses, Buford Bronze, White, Black Shoulder, Opal Peafowl. Yellow Golden Pheasants, Lineated Kalij, Mexican Speckled Bobwhite Quail, Mini Donkey, Llama, Cochin, Bovan, Araucana Chickens, Royal Palm Turkey, Arctic Marbled Fox, Mini Horses, Shetland Sheep, Pygmy Goat.
  • The Pea*** HD Video Pea*** or peafowl, large bird of the genus Pavo, in the pheasant family, native to E Asia. There are two main species, the common (Pavo cristatus), and the Javanese (P. musticus) pea***s, both found in deep forest where they travel in small flocks. A third type, the Congo pea***, was discovered recently in Africa. Unusual pea***s are the Argus pheasant, with eyelike spots on its secondary flight feathers, and the white pea***, thought to be a mutation of the common peafowl. When the term peafowl is used, pea*** then refers to the male of a species and peahen to the female. During courtship the crested male common pea*** displays his elongated upper tail coverts - a magnificent green and gold erectile train adorned with blue-green eyes - before the duller-plumaged peahen. The pea*** is well known as an ornamental bird, though it is quarrelsome and does not mix well with other domestic animals.
  • Eagle Among Pea***s This Bald Eagle was visiting an ant hill for parasite removal (lookup 'bird anting' in Wikipedia). Along came a very curious flock of peafowl. Oh, well, a good day at the spa ruined! Video taken Saturday, Feb 20, 2010 in Dunedin, Florida.
  • Buying pea*** hatching eggs #21 This is our commercial to you about purchasing our peahen eggs. Hatching eggs are available starting April through August. Purchase your eggs early so you won't be disappointed. For more information contact or e-mail [email protected]
  • Male pea*** displaying to peahen Male pea*** displaying to peahens. These birds roam free at the Feline Conservation Center in Rosamond, CA,
  • Purdy Pea*** "Peachicks" This is the 5th in the series. This adorable story will have you in awe during the viewing of this video. The cute peachicks will capture your heart and make all want to have their very own peachicks.For more information contact or e-mail [email protected]
  • Pea*** Jumping on arm. You saw him on the Tonight Show starring Jay Leno in a segment called, Does This Impress Ed Asner. The clarinet playing pea*** farmer, Dennis Fett owner/founder of the Pea*** Information Center and Pea*** trainer shows off his trained pea*** "Mr. Pea***" who was a pet from the day he was hatched to the day he died. He reached the old age of 20 years and was a source of entertainment for his whole life.
  • Review: Kujaku Candroid - Candroid Series 06 (Kamen Rider OOO) Written Review: Bought form AmiAmi: --- More Candroids! Yay! Our sixth entry into the series takes us back to the realm of flying feathered creatures. This time we have Kujaku, otherwise known as the Peafowl, otherwise known as the Pea***. Sure, this one is very orange and not really Pea*** looking at all, in fact it kinda looks like a turkey, but whatever, let's roll with it. He's fun! Overall, this is a great Candroid if you're just as easily amused as me. It's still not as cool as Unagi, and not as spiffy as Gorilla, but he's one of my favorite Candroid just for the hours of stress relief you can get from watching those big orange panels spin around and around like a horribly colored wheel of fortune. If you liked Tako or Gorilla's gimmicks, you should love this one too. Recommended because I'm a child. --- Check me out on Facebook: Check out my Personal Channel at: Check out my Flickr Photostream at: Check out my Wordpress Blog at: Ask me anything at www.formspring.me Follow me at: Check out Riders, Rangers, & Rambles here: Enjoy! Please like, comment, and subscribe!
  • San Diego Zoo - Pea*** - April 6, 2008 Place: Pea*** at the San Diego Zoo. Date: April 6, 2008 Pea***s are large, colorful pheasants (typically blue and green) known for their iridescent tails. These tail feathers, or coverts, spread out in a distinctive train that is more than 60 percent of the bird's total body length and boast colorful "eye" markings of blue, gold, red, and other hues. The large train is used in mating rituals and courtship displays. It can be arched into a magnificent fan that reaches across the bird's back and touches the ground on either side. Females are believed to choose their mates according to the size, color, and quality of these outrageous feather trains. The term "pea***" is commonly used to refer to birds of both ***es. Technically, only males are pea***s. Females are peahens, and together, they are called peafowl. Suitable males may gather harems of several females, each of which will lay three to five eggs. In fact, wild peafowl often roost in forest trees and gather in groups called parties. Pea***s are ground-feeders that eat insects, plants, and small creatures. There are two familiar pea*** species. The blue pea*** lives in India and Sri Lanka, while the green pea*** is found in Java and Myanmar (Burma). A more distinct and little-known species, the Congo pea***, inhabits African rain forests. Peafowl such as the blue pea*** have been admired by humans and kept as pets for thousands of years. Selective breeding has created some unusual color combinations, but ...
  • Congo peafowl These clips of the only african pheasant were taken at chester zoo where the pair live with chestnut backed thrush.
  • The Wacky World Of Peafowl DVD Vol 2 Trailer.mov This trailer will give you a sneak peak at this peafowl/pea***/peahen DVD from Media and The Pea*** Information Center. The Wacky World Of Peafowl DVD volume 2 has 40 chapters runs runs seventy seven minutes and will teach you and your family all about pea***/peafowl. You may order by going to
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  • Pea*** - Peafowl طاووس Pea*** - Peafowl طاووس The Indian Peafowl, Pavo c, also known as the Common Peafowl or the Blue Peafowl, is one of the species of bird in the genus Pavo of the Phasianidae family known as peafowl. The Indian Peafowl is a resident breeder in the Indian subcontinent and has been introduced into many parts of the world and feral populations exist in many introduced regions. The pea*** is the national bird of India. The species is found in dry semi-desert grasslands, scrub and deciduous forests. It forages and nests on the ground but roosts on top of trees. It eats seeds, insects, fruits, small mammals and reptiles. Females are about 86 cm (34 in) long and weigh 2.75-4 kg (6-8.8 lbs), while males average at about 2.12 m (7.3 ft) in full breeding plumage (107 cm/42 in when not) and weigh 4-6 kg (8.8-13.2 lbs). The male is called a pea***, the female a peahen. The Indian Pea*** has iridescent blue-green plumage. The upper tail coverts on its back are elongated and ornate with an eye at the end of each feather. These are the Pea***'s display feathers. The female plumage is a mixture of dull green, grey and iridescent blue, with the greenish-grey predominating. In the breeding season, females stand apart by lacking the long 'tail feathers' also known as train, and in the non-breeding season they can be distinguished from males by the green colour of the neck as opposed to the blue on the males. Peafowl are most notable for the male's extravagant display feathers which ...
  • Repairing pea*** pens #31 Repairing pea*** pens is something everyone will have to do at one time or another. This video will show you how to make those repairs and give you the dimensions of this particular pen. For more information contact or e-mail [email protected]
  • Javan green peafowl Chester zoo's Javan green peafowl is kept in an aviary near the entrance to the elephant house
  • Are Peafowl For You? #1 If you have ever thought of owning pea***s/peafowl this video is for you. It gives you an idea if you can have pea***s where you live. If you have questions, contact or [email protected]
  • Dancing Pea*** in the Monsoons! Early morning when the sky was overcast with monsoon clouds, and the female was nearby, I was in for a spectacular treat, which I will always remember.
  • Purdy Pea*** "A Stranger On The Farm" In the fourth of the series, Purdy finds a stranger on his farm. This is the most unique video made so far. Quacky the pea*** was noticed on the farm while we were filming our new peafowl dvd. This pea*** has a beak that resembles a duck's beak. He seems to get along very well and eats just fine. He has a happy life running wild on our pea*** farm. The mystery of how his beak got this way eludes us to this day. Story written and narrated by Debra Joan Buck. Videographer Dennis M. Fett. For more information contact or e-mail [email protected]
  • shuddering peafowl (lol) um. juz as the title suggests.
  • My Pea*** This pea*** pecked on our window each morning to wake us up!
  • Weird Peafowl at Arboretum in Arcadia, CA Hope he is okay. (5/20/08)