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“They have 15 different calls and you’ll hear them answer back.

We have a lot of car break-ins around here and they act like sentries, screaming to alert you.” What about the poop?

Even Ron Magill, the Zoo Miami communications director who would never hurt a fly —and would probably build a fly conservation area if he could — does not understand the preoccupation with feeding wild peacocks — an absolute no-no.

Like pythons and lionfish, peafowl are non-native species that have upset the equilibrium of nature and neighborhoods.

She’s trapped in a feeding zone, but recently convinced one neighbor to stop.

“I wanted to make peace,” said Joanne Lynch, who was spending hundreds of dollars per month on cat food for the birds at the same time that some neighbors derided Campbell as . “I love peacocks and I can’t sleep without the noise, but there are negatives, and making up with Carole as a friend meant more to me.” Rossina Adissi is on Campbell’s side.

She’s taken wounded peafowl hit by cars or rocks thrown at them to the Pelican Harbor Seabird Station. She estimates that about 60 peafowl live in the neighborhood.

“You’ll see 20 follow me down the street,” she said as the birds’ screeching interrupted her.

Those who perch atop her carport have turned the green canvas brown.“But in some spots there are so many it’s like an Alfred Hitchcock movie.Unfortunately, there’s nothing we can do to control the breeding and spread of them.” The Coconut Grove Grapevine blog suggests that one way to control the population is to eat the eggs.Let’s not wait until there’s a horrible incident between emotional neighbors.” All because of the peacock, or — to use the less sexist term that includes peahens — peafowl, which is the national bird of India, a spectacular creature with its iridescent blue and green coloring, long tail feathers with distinctive eye markings and crowned head that makes it look like a bejeweled invitee to a royal ball.

The peacock was likely introduced to the Grove by homeowners who wanted a stunning yard ornament.

They’ve proliferated to Coral Gables, Key Biscayne, up north to El Portal, down south to Palmetto Bay, causing tension wherever they flock.