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Peafowlers living on government deadline


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AN ADOPTIVE bird that has found its way to Narrabundah and attracts countless visitors remains at the mercy of the ACT government until at least July.  

Government had tried to protect the life of the peafowler that have been under threat from speeding motorists.

Road signage has already been installed in areas frequented of the birds that colloquially are labelled peacocks after its male species to raise awareness for drivers and pedestrians.

But four signs warning of a peafowler crossing on La Perouse Street and Carnegie Crescent in Narrabundah has not prevented seven of the 30 known birds being killed.

Two of the…



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