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Residents of a Phoenix neighborhood on 34th Street and Earll are sharing their space with roosters, chickens, and even peacocks.

The birds are seen crossing the street, perching on roofs, and roaming in people’s yards.

Homeowner Andrew Trombetta says that the birds have been in the area long before the homes were built, and the city of Phoenix has no code to enforce against them.

While some neighbors enjoy the presence of the birds, others find them a nuisance.

Realtor Sasha Blachet says that it has been a challenge to sell homes in the neighborhood due to the birds.

Although some people have attempted to steal the chickens, no one has been successful so far.

Coyotes may pose a threat to the birds, but for now, there seems to be a peaceful coexistence between the birds and the residents of the neighborhood.

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