Burmese Green Peafowl
Burmese Green cock with train -- Burmese Green (Pavo muticus spicifer) The Burmese Green is the least brilliant of the 3 green subspecies, and looks the closest to the India Blue. There are few breeders who carry pure Burmese greens. Peacock Coloration: Burmese males are much duller and bluer in coloration than the other two subspecies. The facial skin is not as bright. The throat is dark blue, and the back is bluish. The wing coverts are black.
Spalding Peafowl @ Bow's Peafowl Farm
picture 1/4 - Spalding peafowl are a cross between India Blue/Java Green peafowl. These birds are considered hybrids because of the cross between the 2 different species. Hybrid birds tend to be a little bigger than either the blues or greens. The percentage of Java green that a bird has in it's bloodline will either make the bird a Spalding (50% blue and 50% green) or an Emerald Spalding ( 25% blue and 75% green ) or higher. Our farm currently breeds % of 3/4, 7/8, and 31/32 green