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The Cameo Peafowl is a color mutation which originated in USA in the 1960’s. Like the Purple Peafowl, the Cameo color is a sex linked mutation. This means that there are many more Cameo Peahens than Cameo Peacock.Peacocks are excitable birds. Care should be taken to keep the house in a quiet place. Peacocks do not like harsh sounds, noise and rumblings. Otherwise, they become nervous, may injure themselves or attack neighbors. In order for the birds to remain healthy, their aviary must be kept clean. Change sawdust bedding, ventilate the house, disinfect feeders and add clean water. If in the summer poultry farmers can limit themselves to daylight, then in the winter you need to turn on artificial lighting. This is necessary in order to extend the usual daylight hours for peacocks, since in Moscow it is much shorter. It is recommended to use fluorescent lamps for illumination.
Adult pair (2year+): $800
Juvenile pair: $700
Juvenile Female: $400
Juvenile Male: $300




Cameo was the first color mutation discovered besides the white, and has been around for awhile. It was originally called the silver dun. Cameos originated in Maine in the 1960s, and were first bred by Oscar Mulloy. Sherman Cram, Dennis Cook, and Norman Waycott helped perfect the mutation.The Male Cameo Peacock is creamy brown in color with a darker chocolate brown neck feathers. They have a slightly darker brown pattern within the ocelli. During the season the Cameo Peafowl’s feathers begin to lighten significantly loosing their color. By the end of the mating season the Cameo’s feathers are significantly lighter.The Cameo Peahen is much lighter brown in color than the Cameo Peacock and the Burford Bronze Peahen. They also have a darker rusty metallic coloration around their neck.