Indigo Bunting

A common summer resident of hedgerows and open woodland, this species feeds on seeds and insects. The breeding male is a magnificent, intense blue bird that sings in repeated pairs of notes from a high perch, often a tree or a telephone wire.

• NliST A neat cup nest made of dry grass stems, leaves, and twigs, lined with feathers and fine grasses, placed in a tree or fairly tall bush some way aboveground.

• Distribution Breeds in s.E. Canada and K. USA. Winters from S.E. USA to Caribbean Islands and Central America. female

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