Range Tracking

Electric Blue Feathers

More rescued photos from a few winters ago. This time of Indigo Buntings in the backyard. These photos feature the now rotted away purple log cabin bird feeder with the green roof. A classic that the birds seemed to enjoy visiting. Handy identification tip: Blue Indigo Buntings are males while the brown ones are females. Patchy blue and brown are juveniles.
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A Painted Bunting posing next to an invasive air potato hanging off the vine.
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An Indigo Bunting perched atop a garden hose giving an idea of the diminutive size of these birds.
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A female Passerina cyanea perched atop a utility line.

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