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Brooklynite takes her pet peacock on a nice walk, like you do

Mashable

You have to feed them, play with them and especially walk them several times a day. It's probably even harder when your beloved pet is a peacock. Mean while, in bushwick, Brooklyn NY ..... pic.twitter.com/XUhqhVJq9F Twitter user @HazeCastellano_ spotted one such responsible peacock owner walking her precious bird friend on a rainy day in Bushwick, Brooklyn. The image was also posted on Imgur with the caption "Hipster Level: Why."


Enormous emotional support peacock denied seat on flight, owner not pleased

Mashable

When most people travel with animals, they travel with small lap dogs or perhaps particularly patient felines. But for one woman flying out of Newark Liberty International Airport, dogs and cats are so 2017.


It is now a crime to feed peacocks in unincorporated L.A. County, some cities

Los Angeles Times

Peacocks have been troublesome residents of the Palos Verdes Peninsula and the San Gabriel Valley for decades, destroying gardens, blocking traffic, leaving droppings on roofs and screeching. Much to neighbors' chagrin, some residents leave out seeds and scraps of bread for the flamboyantly feathered birds. On Tuesday, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors decided that feeding peacocks is a crime, making it a misdemeanor in unincorporated areas and the 44 cities that contract with the county animal control department. Misdemeanors are punishable by up six months in jail, a fine of up to $1,000 or both. Their feathery displays adorn and agitate a swath of the San Gabriel Valley, but peacocks may soon face the wrath of the Board of Supervisors.


Miami to tackle its peacock problem with plans for humane removal

FOX News

Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. MIAMI -- Peacocks could be on the outs in some South Florida neighborhoods after the Miami-Dade commission agreed to loosen a law protecting the birds. While the 20-year-old law still protects peacocks from harm, commissioners agreed Tuesday to allow cities to opt out if they present appropriate plans to humanely remove the divisive birds from areas where they're not wanted, the Miami Herald reported. "Mating season is when we get the most complaints. They get very aggressive," said sponsor Raquel Regalado, whose district includes neighborhoods in Coral Gables and Miami where peacocks roam freely.


Peacock is finally coming to Amazon Fire TV and tablets

Engadget

NBCUniversal's Peacock streaming platform is finally making its way to Amazon devices. Starting on Thursday, June 24th, you'll be able to download the Peacock app on your Fire TV and Fire tablet products. At launch, you can even use Amazon's voice assistant to open the Peacock app, with full Alexa title integration to follow later in the year. Once the functionality becomes available, you'll be able to use your Alexa Voice Remote to navigate the entire Peacock library. As part of today's announcement, NBCUniversal network apps from channels like Bravo and NBC Sports are also making their way to Amazon devices.