The Indian peafowl or blue peafowl (Pavo cristatus), also known as peacocks, are native to Sri Lanka and India, but can also be found naturally in Pakistan, Kashmir, Nepal, Assam, Nagaland, Burma, Java, Ceylon, Malaya, and the Congo. Best for their exquisite train and plumage, they are usually found in deciduous, open forest habitats. There are three variations. The white feathered peafowl has completely white feathers from the top of its head to the end of its train. The pied has random white feathers appear in the plumage. And the black-winged peafowl has dark feathers with blue and green tips.