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Peacock poop

on October 29, 2013

Peacock poop is a bit unsightly when it is found on the top of your newly washed car, your outside veranda, or underneath your innocent shoe(s), but, once it dries, it is easy to sweep away with the leaves. Gutsy9 can ruin the immaculate neatness of this farm and house (ha!) by coming into the kitchen, flying up onto the table and eating whatever is on the table while I hang up the washing outside. Yesterday, she came into the veranda and purred (yes purred!) to Anthony until he stroked her little head. And then she pooped.

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36 responses to “Peacock poop

  1. Your pictures are gorgeous! πŸ™‚

  2. That’s a lot of peacocks and the potential for lots of poop!!

  3. Well every living thing has got to poop! πŸ˜‰ Lovely photos Julie!

  4. bulldog says:

    Great pictures but I was expecting to see peacock poop…

  5. Gutsy and his many friends are fun and pretty to look at but the poop takes the edge off of the enjoyment I’m suret. Anthony probably likes it though.. Hope things have settled down somewhat and Ming is okay (forgiving himself) … Diane

  6. I don’t think I have ever seen that many peacocks in one place.
    Here it is the Canada Geese.
    They migrate through this area and stop to rest, before they fly farther south.
    Hundreds of geese congregate on the lawns of the houses by the lake.
    By the time they leave, there is more goose poop (looks like half smoke cigars) than grass.

  7. they are gorgeous even if they have to poop

  8. The title got my attention. Love this one. Photos amazing.

  9. Terry says:

    I was too! where was the peacock poop!!!!! LOL

  10. janeslog says:

    Accidents do happen. Lovely birds wish I had some.

    Think yourself lucky you don’t have to face the mess the owner of this car came back to after leaving the car parked under the railway bridge at Mount Florida station in Glasgow. The car sat there for over 2 weeks as I saw it on my way to and from my work.

  11. I am glad that you have been able to get back to the ordinary everyday life again, after your recent scare. Welcome home πŸ™‚

  12. FlaHam says:

    Julie, these are indeed wonderful pictures, but I too was expected to see poop on the table. But sometimes a good thing when wishes don’t come true. Take care, Bill

  13. Some people have to clean up dog poop you clean up peacock poop………………..lol
    Love all the pictures…………….

  14. Trisha says:

    Great pictures! I had no idea peacocks purred! It’s so heartwarming to think of Gutsy9 hopping up to get a scratching from Anthony. Maybe the poop was meant as a gift!

  15. WordsFallFromMyEyes says:

    Julie, I’d love to visit your joint. Just seems so lively with luciously coloured animals, so vibrant, beautiful fresh. Wonderful photos πŸ™‚

  16. Barb says:

    Ya gotta love em.

  17. Lynda says:

    With such beauty about who cares about the poo? πŸ˜‰

  18. Judith Post says:

    Beauty is as beauty does, and the purr outweighs the poop.

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