Sure they do
Nah, peacocks fly into yes; they do not climb.
Nur pavones ebrii arbores ascendunt.
Pāvōnēs • Pāvō peacock, peafowl; an Argus associated bird sacred to Hera; eaten as a delicacy.
Arbor • Arborem • By rhotacism from Old Latin Arbōs, from Proto-Italic Arðōs, cognate with Arduus (high - high plant)
Ascendunt • Ascendō • From ad- ( [up] to ) + scandō ( climb ).
The peacocks may not but the owls and drunk parrots do
This speaker runs words together. If this is not correct, why is it done?