Females- females don't have much color on the except for their neck, it's a blue/purple color. Their body is usually a light gray color
The peahens color helps them to camouflage while they are sitting on the eggs.
Laying eggs: Peacocks and peahens do not see each other again after the mating process is over. The peahen leaves to lay her eggs, usually three to eight eggs. She digs a shallow hole in the ground, making sure tall grass or bushes hide it, to lay the eggs. She then sits on the eggs for about 28 days.
Raising young: peahens raise the young. Peahens live close together and help each other raise the babies, called peachicks. Peahens can begin mating when they are 2 or 3 years old. Most peafowl can live to be 20.
Social life: peacocks are social with each other, and groups of them are called parties. It's typically only older peacocks that stay by themselves. Peacocks sleep in tall trees, which is called roosting, to protect themselves from other animals. They make shrieking sounds to alert each other of danger.