A flock of feral peacocks living on a Nebraska street are causing mixed reactions from locals in the area.
The 60 or so birds, who have become something of a tourist attraction, are to the delight of some residents and the terror of others.
Some complain that they’re being kept up at night by their squawks and are pushing for their exile.
It’s been reported that the birds have lived amongst residences for many years.
The peacocks survived a legislative challenge this week which would have prohibited ownership of the birds – one city council member didn’t like the proposal, accusing those pushing for it of “picking on peacocks.”