There is a more visible difference in an India Blue Peahen and a Black Shoulder Peahen, though. The Black Shoulder Peahen is mostly white, with some tan, cream, and light brown markings, while the India Blue Peahen is mostly a drab brownish-green.
Peafowl have been treasured for hundreds of years in part due to their gorgeous feathers. As breeders do with just about any type of poultry, breeders of peafowl are interested in creating new colors and new patterns. One result of such breeders' work is the Pied Peafowl.
The rare and sought-after Purple Peafowl is 1 of 12 UPA (United Peafowl Association) approved and recognized peafowl colors. Within the Purple Color there are multiple combinations of patterns and varieties.
Simply majestic, dazzling, and unique. This type of peafowl offers white feathering throughout with elegant, lacy tail feathers. A regal addition to any property, a white peafowl will certainly be the topic of conversation.