Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Birds of a Feather

Peacocks are notorious for their brilliant colors and aversion to other species of birds. What might not be so common is where they choose to spend their time. For two particular birds in Ohio, that uncommon gathering place happens to be the local Post Office.

The pair of peafowl, which is the terminology used to refer to both male and female peacocks, decided to make a Post Office in Pickaway County their unofficial hangout spot. The colorful couple keeps to themselves and provides a visually appealing sight for postal patrons to enjoy as they go about their business.

You can learn more about peacocks from the National Geographic website here.

You can read more about the visiting birds in Ohio here.

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