I think this is more common than I think, but a peahen (I think they’re called) has appeared in our garden. The weather is wet and cold, she’s been walking around our quite large garden for a couple of weeks. We have no idea where she has appeared from. We have asked around our local area if she belongs to anyone, but no one has claimed her. She is not aggressive and comes right up to our windows and doors.
we don’t want to encourage her, but we feel soo sorry for her too. Can anyone advise what we should do about her please. We have no idea where she goes of a night time, but she looks bedraggled this morning as is been raining all night, poor thing. Btw we are nature lovers, we feed the birds regularly etc etc, but she’s a big bird that we would rather not encourage to stay. Any advice would be greatly appreciate.
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In reply to Alan.:
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