In Kansas City, there are many species of peafoules.
Here are our favourites.
A peafoater is a small brown, long-tailed bird that lives in woodlands, streams and ponds.
They eat bugs and other small invertebrates.
Their diet is mainly grasses, but they also eat other animals, including frogs, snakes and birds.
In Texas, peafoxes live in wetlands and rivers.
They have a distinctive, orange beak.
Peafox birds can be quite dangerous, so be careful.
They can carry diseases, including the bird flu.
They are also known to bite people and other animals.
You can find a peacock in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, but the best time to catch one is during the summer months.
Be sure to check with the Wildlife Management Council before you approach an animal.
See the peacocks in action in this video, from the Audubon Society.
It’s not uncommon for peafodles to be spotted in the early morning hours, but it’s best to be cautious.
They can be difficult to spot because they move so quickly.
When it comes to finding peafood, it’s important to keep a lookout for any birds with distinctive beaks, or beak spots, and to look for any nests or holes.
To catch a peacock, take a piece of the bait, lay it on the ground, and place a hand over the bird’s mouth to catch it.
The peacock will immediately release its head and run away from you.
The peafoll is a large, white, brown and white bird that is found throughout the western hemisphere.
Its primary diet is grasses.