Black Shoulder Peafowl

Black Shoulder Peafowl
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Black Shoulder Peafowl

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  • Breeding Season: From March or April until July in the United States
  • 4-10 eggs per clutch
  • Incubation Period: 28 days
  • outgoing/confident/ friendly with handling/can be agressive over territorial factors
  • size 8-13 Pounds

There is a more visible difference in an India Blue Peahen and a Black Shoulder Peahen. The Black Shoulder Peahen is mostly white, with some tan, cream, and light brown markings, while the India Blue Peahen is mostly a drab brownish-green.

The solid-colored wings of the Black Shoulder Peacock are due to a recessive gene. While it has and can occur naturally, breeders use selective breeding techniques to produce more of them. Black Shoulder Peacocks will breed true, though, as long as both parents are Black Shoulders.

 Peafowl can live in a variety of habitats and are raised successfully all over the world in aviaries, zoos, and by individuals. They are often left to free-range and are quite hardy birds.

The head and breast of a Black Shoulder Peacock is a solid and beautiful royal blue, and he has a fan-shaped crest. The tail is well-known for its spectacular display and distinctive "eyes." The wings of a Black Shoulder Peacock are solid black.

The Black Shoulder Peahen is mostly white, with cream and light brown markings. She, too, has a fan-shaped crest but lacks the magnificent tail of the peacock.




  • Model: BSPC

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