Free PEACOCK Coloring Pages for Download (Printable PDF)

Kids can have a great time painting a printable page with a lovely peacock standing on a branch. They can shade the stunning plumage. Another worksheet shows a cartoon-style drawn peacock beside the grass on a sunny day. Little ones can use colored pencils to paint their favorite colors.

Welcome to our collection of free PEACOCK coloring pages. Click the illustrations you like and you’ll be taken to the download and/or print page.

Illustration of a lovely peacock standing on a branch with its beautiful feathers and long tail hanging.

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An illustration of a cartoon style drawn peacock standing beside the grass on a sunny day.

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A cute peacock spreading its tail in the grass beside small flowers.

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A peacock with pointy feathers and a huge tail sitting on top of a branch.

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A cute illustration of a small peacock with lovely feathers standing beside mushrooms and butterflies.

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A mosaic style illustration of a peacock with beautiful feathers and a long tail.

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A small peacock with its tail spread wide while talking to Daisy duck.

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A peacock walking on the grass with its long feathery tail dragging behind it.

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A peacock with a long and beautiful tail sitting on a branch of a large tree.

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An illustration of a peacock standing on a branch with butterflies in the background.

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An illustration of a peacock with a long tail elegantly standing beside a tree.

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An illustration of a peacock spreading its tail in a linear pattern.

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A peacock looking majestic while standing with beautiful feathers and diamonds floating in the background.

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A cartoon illustration of a peacock spreading its tail in front of the waterfalls.

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A mosaic illustration of a peacock with beautiful feathers.

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An illustration of a beautifully drawn peacock with it’s large feathery tail spread open.

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A peacock with long feathers standing beside flowers and grasses on a cloudy day.

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An illustration of a peacock smiling and flaunting its beautiful and large feathers.

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An illustration of a smiling peacock with large feathers floating in the background.

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An illustration of a lovely peacock sitting on a branch with a mosaic circle in the background.

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An illustration of a peacock with beautiful feathers standing in front of the grass.

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An illustration of a small peacock standing beside a cute rabbit.

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Fun & Feathery Facts About Peacocks

What’s fascinating about peacocks? These birds are the most beautiful animals on earth. Here are the amazing facts about peacocks that kids would love.

1. Did you know that the word ”peacock” doesn’t refer to male and female birds? Males are known as peacocks, and females are called peahens. Peafowl is the collective name for male and female birds. 

2. The peafowl family has three different kinds of species. Asia has two of them, while the other comes from Africa, called the Congo peafowl. The Asian one is the blue or Indian peafowl and green peafowl.

3. Peahens and peacocks can live up to 50 years if they’re domestic animals. But they can live up to 20 years in the wild.

4. Peahens are twice smaller than peacocks.

5. These beautiful birds are known for their large, colorful tail. This tail is called a “train.”

6. All peafowl have minimal patches of skin around their eyes.

7. Can you run faster than peacocks? Peacocks can run at 10 miles per hour.

8. When a predator tries to kill peacocks, the birds escape by flying into a tree. 

9. Peafowl have some crowns on top of their heads. They’re called crests.

10. Do you like going out with your friends, like peafowl? These lovely birds spend plenty of time together like buddies. 

11. Baby peafowl is known as chicks.

12. Ever heard of endangered species? The Congo peafowl is in danger of being wiped out because of humans.

13. Want to see a peacock showcasing its bright, beautiful feathers? It does this in spring during the breeding season.

14. During the breeding time, the male tries to impress the female with his feathers. The peacock also keeps other males away by making a loud noise.

Free Peacock Coloring Pages

Congrats! Now let’s dive into another exciting adventure about peacocks. Enter the free peacock coloring pages. Kids would love to shade them with their crayons. These peacock coloring worksheets are excellent educational illustrations for preschool, early elementary, and kindergarten kids. Little ones can have fun drawing them. 

There are many free peacock coloring pages that the young ones can have fun drawing. More examples include a cute peacock spreading its eye-catching tail in the grass beside the tiny flowers. There’s also a coloring sheet with a peacock with pointy feathers. What fun activities kids can have with these peacock coloring pages.

Children can enjoy illustrating a printable coloring page with a baby peacock with lovely feathers. Fun is endless with another worksheet showing a peacock walking on the grass. 

The peacock coloring pages can spark the kids’ imagination. The more they color each worksheet, the more they improve their fine motor skills, color recognition, and color scheme. They also hone their creativity. 

After completing all the free peacock coloring pages, you can make a coloring book as your piece of art. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Peacock Coloring Pages?

Are the coloring pages free?

Yes, each peacock coloring page is free and printable.

Do I color with pencils, a pen, or crayons?

Kids can use crayons and pencils because they can correct their mistakes. 

How can I make coloring more fun?

You can use a wide range of coloring materials, like crayons.

What do the colors mean in a mandala?

Red stands for strength. Pink for love and feminine. Orange for creativity.  Yellow for learning and happiness. Green means physical healing, care, and love of nature.

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