The Indian Peafowl - A Majestic Bird in Delhi's Wildlife

The Indian Peafowl, also known as the peacock, is a majestic bird found in the wilds of Delhi and its surrounding areas. Known for their vibrant blue-green plumage and striking eye-spotted feathers, these birds are a sight to behold. The male peacock is larger than the female and is known for its impressive courtship displays, where it fans out its feathers to create a magnificent display. These birds are commonly found in the Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary, Najafgarh drain, and other green belts of Delhi. They are also found in several parks and gardens in the city, including the Lodhi Gardens and Nehru Park. Despite being a common sight in Delhi, these birds are protected under the Wildlife Protection Act of India and it is illegal to harm or capture them.

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