India – Sri Lanka
semi – Insects – flowers – berries
spawn: 3-6 – Incubation: 28-30 days
Native to India, the Indian Peafowl lives in open forests. Nowadays it is widespread. Due to its beauty, it has been introduced into parks and gardens all over the world. The male is unique in its plumage, with iridescent colors and a long tail covered with spots. It is by fanning open its tail that the male persuades the female during courting. The female has a mainly brown plumage. The nest is made in a hollow in the brushwood. The female lays between 3-6 eggs that she nests for 28 to 30 days.
It lives and nests freely in the trees of our park.