Also known as the Indian Blue Peafowl, it is the most common and widely recognized peacock species. Males are known for their striking blue and green plumage, with an impressive iridescent tail that features "eyes" or "ocelli."
Green Peafowls are native to Southeast Asia. They have striking green and metallic blue plumage, with elongated, elegant feathers on the neck. They are known for their regal appearance.
Native to the rainforests of central Africa, the Congo Peafowl is known for its unique blue and purplish-black plumage. They have a more subtle and understated beauty compared to their Asian counterparts.
A subspecies of the Green Peafowl, Javanese Peafowls are native to the island of Java in Indonesia. They have striking green and blue plumage, and the males have long, intricate tail feathers.
Also a subspecies of the Green Peafowl, the Burmese Peafowl is native to Myanmar (Burma). They have a unique and vibrant green and blue plumage with white patches.
Spalding peafowls are a hybrid breed created by crossing the Indian Blue Peafowl with the Green Peafowl. They exhibit a combination of characteristics from both parent species, resulting in colorful and striking plumage.
White Peafowls are a variety of the Indian Blue Peafowl with all-white plumage. They are known for their elegant and pristine appearance, and their iridescent tail feathers stand out beautifully against their white body.
Pied peafowls are a genetic variation of Indian Blue Peafowls. They exhibit a combination of white and colored feathers, creating a unique and eye-catching appearance.