This tail is not fiction; it’s a love story.

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Mr. P was really strutting his stuff Sunday.  Two ladies were on the roof above, and he was showing off for them, not us.  It is spring!  We enjoyed his riotous display, though, as for 20 minutes or more he posed.

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10 Responses to This tail is not fiction; it’s a love story.

  1. Starralee says:

    They are stunningly beautiful–long ago, my aunt and uncle had peacocks.

  2. Such an amazing bird. I haven’t seen one in awhile; they tend not to come to our feeding area. 😛

    • Ya, that would be a surprise. There are a bunch at the Arboretum, but it must be because of spring breeding because last week we saw a lot! Maybe 12 or more. Hard to tell if some are duplicates. 🙂 But I came upon this guy all spread out and got really excited! Two ladies were on the roof above him, so I’m sure his show was for their benefit, but it sure was a sight for me. Gorgeous!

  3. dorannrule says:

    Wow! A stunning display of male egotistical beauty! A movie star in the avian kingdom.

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