The Birkby peahen is alive and well and making her rounds with the neighbours!
The peacock's female counterpart, who is rarely seen, but often heard, was spotted by reader Dave Thompson in his garden.
He posted this picture on our Facebook page, adding: "Anyone in Birkby lost a peacock?
He said: "Apparently it's been living around our estate for a month now and various neighbours have been feeding it."
The peahen was previously pictured with her peacock companion in August 2013 in Clough Road, when Britta Atkinson, who works for local firm CMK Lettings, said: “We have heard them for the past few weeks but never actually seen them until now.
“I think they are doing what nature intended.”
But she's not the most unusual animal spotted on the loose in Huddersfield.
Villager Chris Charlesworth, said: “About four weeks ago we started hearing an unusual bird call around the house.
“Now I’ve finally got a picture of the perpetrator.
“It’s been hanging around Skelmanthorpe and has made friends with a mob of crows who seem to have learned to imitate its squawk already.
There were various sightings of the animal around Upperthong and South Crosland but he couldn't be enticed. Luckily, he turned up all by himself six weeks later.
And in June, a pink pigeon was spotted on a roof in Town Gate, next to All Saints Church, by Jayne Robertson, who said: “We laughed thinking nobody would believe us, hence why we took a photo for proof.”
Marketing assistant Joshua Barr said: "We see quite a lot of pigeons around here because they live in the big mill chimney but we’ve never seen a pink one."
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