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Blue Pied Peafowl - male

Blue Pied Peafowl - male

Scientific name: Pavo cristatus mutation pied
Order: Galliformes

This particular Peafowl is an apparent mutation, based on the white plumage, of the India Blue Peafowl (Pavo cristatus), probably a result of cross breeding. This shot was taken in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Canon EOS 10D ,Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM
1/320s f/2.8 at 50mm ISO 400 full exif

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Doug J08-Apr-2010 12:38
Hi Snow - I photograph birds, I don't keep or sell them.
snow 07-Apr-2010 21:29
guest ...............do u have any more birds and if u do. do u sell them
snow 07-Apr-2010 21:28
do u sell guest
Guest 07-Apr-2010 20:30
have a male and female idia blue and this is what the babies look like minus the yellow under the eyes
Andrea 15-May-2007 22:45
I just saw a pied Indian Blue peacock on a farm last weekend, and it looked just like this.
Guest 13-Feb-2007 01:21
Sorry, could just be a pied mutation of India Blue
Mario 13-Feb-2007 01:18
Evil breeders! That is a spalding, which is a hybrid between the Green Peafowl and the Indian Peafowl. Greens are endangered so that is considered a threat to conservation.