Foster Kizer, the Inn Keeper of the Royal Oaks B&B and once the homestead of his grandparents, has created a quaint and charming French country style accommodation for guest in the most unlikely of places. Hidden under a jungle of “Mama Lulu’s” old Oaks and Magnolia trees, (which are well over a hundred and fifty years old) he has also added his own forest of Pear, Peach, Apple and blooming Crepe Myrtle trees. Foster has made the perfect sanctuary not just for the weary traveler, but also for his flock of Peafowl. A place deep into the southern cotton fields of Atmore AL. where you can find his Indian Blue and White Peacocks showing off their magnificent trains trying to catch the eye of their Peahens.
Here are a few images of the White Peacock with his train, not his tail, standing proud and showing the females he is the best of the best.
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