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PA has a groundhog, TEC has a peacock

PA has a groundhog, TEC has a peacock

Cathedral of St. John the Divine, NYC

is wondering if Spring is in the air. A visitor today spotted Phil with tail feathers dazzling and gorgeously open, a sign which – if past years hold true – harkens warmer days ahead…


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tgflux

Beautiful...

...but I'm afraid I can't help thinking of global warming.

JC Fisher [Buzzkill]

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IT

Sorry, that was I, Susan Forsburg

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IT

What a delight! I had no idea they had peafowl! Here's more info:

http://www.morningside-heights.net/peacock.htm

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GrandmèreMimi

Oh! How breathtakingly gorgeous!

June Butler

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barbarasnyder

Wow! Beautiful. Apparently Phil is has a Twitter account, too....

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