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Peacock Habitat

The peacock habitat is something breeders are intimately familiar with; a new chick needs a natural environment to grow up healthfully. In the wild, peafowl live in small family groups, consisting of one male and several females. These birds are omnivorous. They eat fruit, grass, seeds, insects, mice, frogs, snakes, and lizards. Wild peafowl live about 18 years. The peacock habitat is something breeders are intimately familiar with; a new chick needs a natural environment to grow up healthfully. To view a complete gallery of pictures, just click on Pictures for easy viewing!
Peacock Habitat

Peacock Habitat

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These birds are native to India, Congo, Burma, Ceylon and Java. In the wild they occupy deciduous rainforests and jungle areas near water. They make shallow nests and locate them in the undergrowth of the forest. The peacock habitat is something breeders are intimately familiar with; a new chick needs a natural environment to grow up healthfully.

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