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I don’t normally submit my own photographs to the photo challenge but I wanted to share something unusual I came across in my travels…
Wild Peacocks in Hawaii
The last thing I expected to find in Hawaii was a peacock, but here I was face to beak with one. I’ve seen them at the zoo and I read that they are very hard to find in the wild so I followed three or four of these birdies all over the area snapping shots as I went. They are truly beautiful birds, the females look like sick cats next to them (because they are brown and drab looking compared to males).
Fun Fact – peacocks were introduced to Kaua’i in 1860 by Frances Sinclair (according to the Examiner.com (lots of pop-ups on their site so user beware)).
Here is a picture of a peacock judging me… it looked right through to my soul. If you zoom in you’ll notice that it’s head looks like what you’d imagine it’s brain should look like. Truly a unique creature.
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