It’s The Three Peacocks: Phil, Harry, and Jim Now Showing At St. John The Divine

January 12, 2023

The Cathedral of St. John The Divine Morningside Heights in uptown has many beautiful parts—but perhaps the most beautiful, for the last 20 years.

Has been three peacocks: Phil, Harry, and Jim, who have been residents there, on the Close, since they hatched in 2002.

Their fabulous plumage and clarion calls (and peacocks in the spring are not shy) have delighted all but now—at over 21 years old—Phil, Harry, and Jim have surpassed the typical age of wild peacocks.

To ensure their continued safety and best quality of life, the Cathedral is partnering with Animal Nation, a 100% volunteer-run nonprofit wildlife sanctuary, to give the trio a happy and healthy retirement in South Salem, NY. 

Join the Cathedral community to celebrate Phil, Harry, and Jim next Saturday, January 21, 2023, from 12–4 pm EST for a family-friendly afternoon carnival with a peacock celebration at 4 pm. 

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Check out the plumage:

Photo credit: 1-2) Cathedral of St. John The Divine. Rec. Gale Brewer.

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