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For the past two years, I’ve toyed with the idea of closing shop on this blog. At the beginning of 2020, I was excited to see where blogging was going to take me. I was excited to share new categories and ideas, and to be honest, the excitement was not there throughout the year as I wanted it to be. I struggled to keep this blog going at times, so I had to take a break to decide what the next step was going to be.

Due to my lack of excitement to blog here anymore, I’ve decided to close this blog. This is going to be the very last post that I write for La Petite Muse. I want to take this opportunity to thank you, the readers, for coming on this journey with me. It was a blessing to be a part of this community for 5 years, but I feel as if it’s time to let this blog go.

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Relaunch: The next phase!

So, where to next? The big relaunch!

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After coming to terms with parting with this blog, I was led to open another blog under the same name, but this time with the proper domain address.

If you’re interested in the new blog, do pop in for a visit. It’s still fairly new, but see what it’s all about here:

La Petite Muse Blog: The relaunch

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The Peacocks and Pheasants

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I love peacocks! I mean, who doesn’t? Although it’s hardly seen, a peacock in flight is STUNNING! Have you ever seen one in flight? As for pheasants, they’re on some real judgmental stuff. What do I mean? Stick around and find out. 

flying peacock  By Shivaram1970 on Jun 12, 2013. Gallery: shivaram1970's photos.

Image: Peacock in flight! Isn’t it STUNNING?

Photo via Shivaram1970 on Jun 12, 2013

🐦 Peacocks and pheasants belong to the Phasianidae family, which also includes partridges, grouse, and turkeys. The peacock mainly makes their home in India and Sri Lanka, while pheasants can be found in Asia, Australia, Europe, Hawaii, New Zealand, and North America.

🐦 The peacock is also known as the Indian Peafowl or the Bird with One Hundred Eyes and is the national bird of India

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Image: The Golden Pheasant looks as if it’s wearing a judge’s wig… sort of. It also looks like it just stepped out of the “Remember the Time” music video.

🐦 Both peacock and pheasant prefer the same food when it comes to eating so no complaining for them at the buffet table! However, there is one food that peacocks eat that pheasant wouldn’t think twice about and that’s the juvenile cobra.

🐦 Male peacocks are celebrated for their beauty and male pheasants are known for their eye-catching appearance. You know what’s ironic? The fact that both male peacock and pheasant are brighter and more beautiful than the female, but they have to try their hardest best to win the dull-looking girl with their courtship display. Hmmm… I guess they would’ve been too full of themselves if it was the other way around! 😄

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Image: Palawan Peacock-Pheasant. A thing of pure beauty.

🐦 Peacocks tend to avoid human-populated areas; they prefer the forests whereas pheasants tend to inhabit meadows, fields, and farmlands. The average lifespan for a peacock is 25 years, whereas pheasants can live up to 18 years.

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Peacocks are enchantingly beautiful, and they’re a royal sight to behold. Their beauty is a reminder of God’s gorgeous and amazing creation while their regal appearance is a reminder that God has crowned us with glory and honor.

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The White or Albino Peacock is pure and when its feathers are open and spread, it reminds me of a wedding dress somewhat and that Christ is coming for His bride soon. Via KRIBST, here’s a video of a princely white peacock showcasing God’s majestic aesthetic. It makes a commanding sound before putting on a feathertacular show to entertain the ever curious humans. Thank God for this gorgeous animal!

 

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Reference/s: beautyofbirds.org; animals.mom.me; YouTube

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The Nightingale

The Owls

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