I is for Indigo Bunting
|Prentiss County, Mississippi, USA, August 5, 2017|
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.
Have a wonderful day!
For more on the letter I, visit ABC Wednesday: Click Here!
For more bird photos, visit Wild Bird Wednesday: Click Here!
For an interesting variety of photos, visit Wednesday Around The World: Click Here!
NOTE: Please do not use my photos without my permission.