Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Indigo Bunting, September 6, 2017

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I is for Indigo Bunting

Prentiss County, Mississippi, USA, August 5, 2017
Indigo Buntings, Passerina cyanea, are migratory birds that breed in the United States
and southeastern Canada. They fly south to the Central American countries to spend the Winter months. They get their name from the male's blue coloring; females are brownish.
Indigo Buntings eat seeds, berries, tree buds, and insects.

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  1. What a gorgeous bird! Never seen one before! Have a lovely week!

  2. What a wonderful bird that is, beautiful capture!

    Have a splendid, ♥-warming ABC-Wednes-day / -week
    ♫ M e l ☺ d y ♫ (abc-w-team)

  3. Hello, they are such a pretty blue color. Gorgeous bird. Have a great day!

  4. Lovely photo of the sweet and colorful indigo bunting ` ^_^

    (A ShutterBug Explores)

  5. I love your capture of this pretty bird. Have a great day!

  6. I've never seen one of these guys!

  7. Hi Lea, a sweet shot of your Indigo Bunting.

  8. Oh, they're so beautiful! Lucky you! I only see them in the springtime, so their migration path must be different in the spring than in the fall.

  9. Oh what a wondelful colour in a bird! We ha no birds like this in Finland!

  10. I've only seen this bird in photos - how fortunate you are to be able to photograph one. Wonderful shot!


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