While walking on the weekends, South Pas resident Lisa Pendleton can expect to see the same two creatures every time.
"When I am walking near in the early evening, I hear two of [the peacocks] up in two of the tallest trees on opposite sides of the street calling to each other," she said.
From Monterey Hills School to the parking lot of , there's been peacock sightings all over South Pas in recent years.
Pasadena Humane Society Wildlife Specialist, Ashley Hermans, is aware of the roaming peacocks in the neighborhood, yet she can only guess how they've gotten here.
"Whether someone was keeping them on their property or they've been slowly migrating from a heavily populated area like Arcadia, we don't know where they came from," she said.
Urban areas, however, offer peacocks a lot of resources such as big trees, roofs and various plants, Hermans explained.
"I've even seen one dining on pet food left outside," she said.
Regardless, the animal control department at the Pasadena Humane Society says unless the peacocks are sick or injured, it's best to leave them alone.
"They can be noisy—even in the dark," she said. "We suggest you don't encourage them with extra food. They are kind of like pigeons—just a lot bigger."
Check out our photo gallery for pics of peacocks seen around town.