Colours of the bird
The regular blue-hued peafowl is the most common colour you’ll see, but Pavo cristatus also comes in pure to off-white. Others are darker, almost black in colour. Some peafowl will be a basic blue colour but with patches of white.
White peacocks ( Pavo cristatus mut. alba) are not albino, but rather a variation of the blue peacock created by a genetic mutation. White peacocks have white plumage, blue eyes and can mate to create white offspring. If a normal-coloured peafowl is carrying the white gene then its wing coverlets will be white.
Peahens are far duller than peacocks. Most are brown with a little green-blue colour on their neck.