Are you looking to add a unique and colorful addition to your animal family? Look no further than the majestic green peafowl! These stunning birds are eye-catching and fun to watch, adding beauty and intrigue to any home.
The green peafowl is native to India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka and are kept as pets in many parts of the world. Green peafowls are characterized by their beautiful iridescent green and blue plumage and their long, peacock-like tails. They are easily distinguishable from other birds and will bring a unique charm to your property.
Green peafowls are an excellent addition to any home. They are gentle and social, getting along well with other animals and people. Peafowls form strong bonds with their owners and enjoy playing and interacting. They make wonderful companions and add a unique beauty to any home.
Green peafowls are also relatively easy to care for. They need plenty of space to roam, a safe and secure enclosure, and access to plenty of high-quality food. They also need plenty of water, as they love to bathe and take dips in pools. As long as their basic needs are met, these birds can be a joyful addition to any family.
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Green peafowl (Pavo muticus) is one of three species of peafowl. There are multiple subspecies of green peafowl in the wild; consequently, their range is quite extensive in southeastern Asia. The sexual dimorphism is less extreme with green peafowl than with the other two peafowl species, meaning the peahens’ plumage rivals that of the peacock (minus the train of course). They are classified as Endangered by the IUCN, and this is largely due to threats like hunting, poaching, and habitat destruction.
The information below will give you a very general idea of what is involved in caring for peafowl. Green peafowl does have additional needs that I will briefly touch upon. First of all, they are tropical species and will require an indoor shelter that is heated (mine are kept at 55 F). Their protein requirements are slightly higher than those for Indian peafowl, so in addition to a base diet of Mazuri Gamebird Feed and bird seed, my green peafowl are fed a blend of sweet potato, carrot, hard-boiled egg, kale, and softened Farmer’s Helper Ultra Kibble (these are all combined in a food processor and fed daily to the birds with a sprinkle of Vionate). Another difference is aggression; green peafowl has a reputation for being aggressive to humans (especially males during breeding season). This is something to consider, as green peafowl are large birds equipped with sharp spurs. One final differentiating feature is their vocalizations. While Indian peafowl has high-pitched shrieks, green peafowl has a lower-pitch call, and they call less frequently.