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Yes, these are peahens. I agree that they are at risk for predators as there is a fox that has chased them. Fortunately they were in the open and had the advantage. They roost in a tree at present, but, I suspected that they would need help if they are still around in the winter. We would rather see them go to someplace that would care for them. We will probably only live here another couple of years and I would hate to have them dependent on me. I will contact the SPCA. I don't know of any other place. My further suspicion is that another owner tried to relocate them unsuccessfully and dropped them off near my house.