A Visit from a Pretty Peahen


Where she come from we never knew. One day she was just here.

For a few days our lawn and deck became her place to be during the day, and the large maple tree in the back became her nightly roosting spot.

She even was given a name, Patricia Peahen.

But then a storm moved in with rain and gusty winds for a night.

We never saw Patricia again.

Peahen sunning in the front yard

Peahen sunning in the front yard

Hummingbirds (an Anna?) also have iridescent neck feathers

Anna Hummingbirds also have iridescent neck feathers

Roosting in the Maple Tree

Peahen roosting in the Maple Tree

Peahen

Peahen

 

 

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6 comments

  1. What a lovely story. I feel like I’m missing her, too. Sniff. Sandy

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  2. I had a visit from a peahen and a peacock for one day. It was a very important day for me so I took it as a sign. 🙂

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