FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. (WXYZ) - Employees at a doctor's office in Farmington Hills contacted 7 Action News to voice concerns about a peacock that has taken residence in the area of Northwestern and 13 Mile Road.
The employees say they have been feeding the peacock and giving it water.
They've been trying to find out where the peacock belongs. The animals are not indigenous to the United States, but are found in area zoos.
The office has called agencies hoping to have someone come get the peacock, but so far no one has responded.
Employees are concerned that the animal could die when the weather gets colder.
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