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Suffolk County SPCA Rescues Peacocks

LongIsland.com

The Suffolk County SPCA announced today that it has rescued 3 Peacocks in Port Jefferson.

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Port Jefferson, NY - June 7th, 2013 - The Suffolk County SPCA announced today that it has rescued 3 Peacocks in Port Jefferson.

Roy Gross, Chief of the Suffolk County SPCA said that the SPCA received a call from Port Jefferson Village officials regarding the birds which had apparently gotten loose on Sheep Pasture Road.

The Peacocks were turned over to the Town of Brookhaven's Holtsville Ecology Center where they will be cared for.


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For More Information, Please Contact:
Roy Gross
631-382-SPCA (7722)
www.suffolkspca.org