No, it’s actually a short tale about Pinot which includes his very long tail.
You should also know that Pinot did most of the walking and I use that description fairly loosely because it was more proud strutting and postulating rather than lots of ground being covered by the two of us.
Pinot is a young male Indian/Blue peacock.
Female peafowl are referred to as peahens.
Pinot is one handsome Plantation guard and he really does that particular job.
Males are aggressive and will attack if they don’t like the look of you or, if it’s mating season or, if it’s 2 pm on a Tuesday. You get the idea. They can be unpredictable.
(Posted to YouTube by: Issac Feldman on May 10th, 2010.
They also have a piercing yowl, that they aren’t shy to use.
Pinot is domesticated but roams free wherever he wants, whenever he wants.
He has a large turning radius and although graceful, always needs to leave room for the overhang of his tail feathers.
Can you imagine walking along in the forest and all of a sudden being greeted by a large male peacock?
(Posted to YouTube by Paul Dinning on Feb.14, 2011.)
Pinot has one vice and It’s like crack to him.
More specifically, the stinkiest cat food you can find.
Peacocks love food and they will climb over mountains and sail overseas to get it.
No worries, as you can see, I can back it up. ;)