Peacocks: Most Miami Reason for a Traffic Jam
For most of the show, it was funny, but not to the honking buses, swerving drivers, and cops who didn't show up.
A crowd (gaggle?) of about nine of the birds wandered back and forth across North Miami Avenue where it crosses Little River at North 86th Street.
A white peacock!
In the past, the peacocks have created big problems in Boynton Beach and Coconut Grove, where citizens complained and then-commissioner Marc Sarnoff stated concern that they would "take [matters] into their own hands."
Turns out there isn't much you can do about the peacocks. According to the New York Times, you can't trap them, removal costs about $400, and the county would have to state there is an "infiltration" before animal services could take action.
Half an hour, honking horns. Poor birds.