Peacocks & Poultry In Motion, Callahan Bird Farms,
"My whole life is for the birds!"
The biggest collection of PEACOCKS & POULTRY in the Southwest is still in Alamogordo, New Mexico, about 80 miles north of El Paso, Texas, to visit and view. There are still plenty of peafowl and many, many other birds at Carol Callahan's bird farms, which include the old peacock farm of I.E. Eldridge, deceased.

Mrs. Carol Callahan and Mr. I.E. Eldridge were happy to announce their new bird farming partnership about 2006, offering a variety of peafowl for sale from the Eldridge Peacock Farm at 17 Glenn, Alamogordo, New Mexico. The Peacock Farm Hatchery phone is not currently available; however, you can always reach Carol by leaving a message (when she's not home) at 575/437-0545. (Please be sure to arrange appointment, if you're able to visit!)

Carol's original two-acre bird farm is one mile northwest of the peacock farm, with many birds still in residence there. A 14' high, 20' x 30' flight pen and a 20' x 40' extension are complete, mostly occupied by peafowl, guinea fowl, and some extremely rare turkeys.

You may reach Carol at 575/437-0545 (leave message on answering machine IF no answer).

You're welcome to come visit and pick up birds available of your choice. Carol has personally delivered to some locales, such as Las Cruces, 70 miles west of Alamogordo, and Dexter, south of Roswell, New Mexico, about two-and-a-half hour drive from Alamogordo. But it's VERY hard to get away from the farms.

The last Saturday of September, 2011, Carol was able to bring birds to her first visit to the EDGEWOOD FEED STORE Poultry SWAP, near Albuquerque. (Future attendance will depend upon, in large part, contacts from interested persons, as she rarely can get online these days. (The October SWAP will be the last until February, weather permitting then.) She thoroughly enjoyed the experience, meeting new people, providing new birds to some happy new owners, and trading a few turkeys for some new varieties. (She considered it a birthday present to herself, since it occurred so close to that event!)

Hope to see you see our birds! And thanks for visiting this website!

(Updated September 2011)