Tuesday, September 7, 2010

From Beautiful Downtown Burbank

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Actually, this peacock was wandering around Sahuaro Ranch Park in Glendale.

17 comments:

EG Wow said...

Peacocks are such beautiful ...er...handsome birds.

Brian Miller said...

oh that peacock is gorgeous...would love to see him open...

Kathy said...

Perfect colors. He should have a mate in no time! :)

Tricia said...

Now that's a colorful lil guy or gal! Check out that bright blue on the neck! WoW!

Small City Scenes said...

Is this the Johnny carson show? LOL
Pretty Peacock.

We had heavy rain all day. It wasn't too cold though. I didn't wear a jacket when I went to the store anyway. MB

Sharon said...

Wearing his finest feathers!

Rob said...

NBC has lost his way... ;)

Luis Gomez said...

Just gorgeous. What a beautiful image.

Jarart said...

Beautiful to look at but noisy fellows at times. It is always fun to see them wandering about.

Cathi said...

Gorgeous! Burbank is a very cute little town, I was just there last weekend. :) xxoo

LD said...

True bird royalty, endowed with nature's finery. Great photo!

cieldequimper said...

I am soooo disappointed that he didn't stretch himself for you! He needs to exercise more rather than eat! :-)

Thérèse said...

The heat does not seem to bother him.

Kathy said...

Did you know there are actually a lot of wild peacocks in the Phoenix area? So many that the bird rescue people won't rescue them anymore. I think people get them and then discover how noisy they are and then let them go. Such showy birds ~ especially males like this one.

Deb said...

I almost lost the horse I was riding when a "herd" of peacocks spooked him in an orange grove in Florida! He ran out to the clearing waaaay down at the end of the row of trees into a field filled with...MORE peacocks. Shocked him still and I was able to grab him! funny...now...

Randy said...

Ha I knew that's where you were. My sister used to live close to that park.

Randy said...

Ha I knew that's where you were. My sister used to live close to that park.