This video from the Netherlands says about itself:
8 September 2015
The historic Orange Hall, part of Huis ten Bosch palace, in the Hague, has opened to visitors in the occasion of its renovation. The palace will be used by Dutch King Willem-Alexander and his family after the refurbishing.
Not everyone seems to be happy. Dutch daily Algemeen Dagblad reports today, that on the queen’s birthday, yesterday, 31 January, a royal peacock escaped from the The Hague palace Huis ten Bosch garden.
He went to the nearby Haagse Bos forest. He was caught there later.
This is a peacock video.
Probably, the bird was sick of the Dutch media’s sycophantic coverage of the royal family.
Faking a noise usually reserved for sex makes male peacocks more attractive: here.
Haagse Bos mammals: here.
Bicycle track near Huis ten Bosch: here.