Bradgate Park is home to “Albino Peacocks”
Bradgate Park is home to an ostentation of Peafowls (double plural). The used to be a common sight around the park, but recently they stick to their grounds next to the ruin (next to the secret herb garden) but can be seen around the park. Along with the standard blue peacocks, the park is also home to white peacocks (they are not truly albino). Next time you go for a walk around the park, listen out for the distinctive call of these birds.
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