The Indian Peafowl, also known as the Indian Peacock, is the most well-known and widely recognized species of peacock.
Green Peafowls are native to Southeast Asia and are known for their vibrant green plumage. They have a smaller and more delicate appearance compared to the Indian Peafowl but are equally beautiful with their iridescent green and blue feathers.
The Congo Peafowl is native to the dense forests of Central Africa. Unlike the other peacock species, they have a more subdued coloration with deep blue and black plumage.
This subspecies of Green Peafowl is found on the island of Java, Indonesia. They have a unique and captivating appearance with iridescent green and bronze feathers.
Native to Myanmar (Burma), Burmese Peafowls are another subspecies of Green Peafowl. They are known for their rich, deep green and bronze plumage, which makes them distinct from other Green Peafowl.
This subspecies of the Indian Peafowl is native to Sri Lanka. They have a similar appearance to Indian Peafowls but are often smaller with slightly different coloration. They are highly prized for their unique beauty.
Bronze Peafowls are a variation of the Indian Peafowl and are known for their deep bronze or copper-colored plumage. They have a regal and opulent appearance.
White Peafowls are a color mutation of the Indian Peafowl. Instead of the traditional blue and green colors, they have white plumage with striking blue eyes and some residual coloring on their wings.