A number of years ago, few if any peacocks lived in the Chapman Woods and Michillinda Park neighborhoods. Today, many peacocks inhabit the neighborhood. Some residents are experiencing the harm that these otherwise beautiful birds can cause, including: disturbing and interrupting traffic flow; eating flowers and destroying landscaping; etc. This specie is rapidly reproducing. These conditions have prompted some to call for measures that will reduce the number of peacocks, including their humane removal to farms and ranches. Supervisor Kathryn Barger has heard from many concerned constituents on this issue. In an effort to determine the level of interest in addressing this matter, she has asked the Department of Animal Care and Control to conduct a survey that you may access below.