The Indian Peafowl, also known as the Indian Peacock, is a beautiful bird in India, known for its vibrant plumage and striking patterns.

Pavo muticus, a Southeast Asian peafowl species, is renowned for its vibrant plumage, long tail feathers, and subdued appearance, with both males and females having a crest.

The Palawan Peacock Pheasant, a 16-inch species found on Palawan Island in the Philippines, is a visually appealing bird with metallic blue bubble feathers and brown body.

The Congo Peafowl, also known as the African Peafowl, is a majestic bird with smaller feathers, a 64-70 cm length, and metallic green, deep blue, and red colors.

The White Peafowl, a unique variant of the peafowl species, features elegant white plumage, long, iridescent train feathers, a blue eye color, and lacks long train feathers.

The Gray Peacock Pheasant, Myanmar's national bird, is a delicate bird with a grease brown body and green spots, laying two eggs and feeding on various animals.

The Great Argus Pheasant, also known as the Golden People, is a large, golden-colored peacock with males eating insects, fruits, and leaves.

The Bronze Peafowl, also known as Pavo muticus, is a sought-after bird with vibrant colors and intricate patterns, measuring up to 9 feet long and 7-13 pounds.