Indigo Bunting

In For the Birds by WDEV Radio

Anson and Chip talk about a bird they’ve been hearing a lot lately: the Indigo Bunting. These birds have a quite loud and high-pitched song. “Indigo Buntings are small (roughly sparrow-sized), stocky birds with short tails and short, thick, conical bills. In flight, the birds appear plump with short, rounded tails” according to the Cornell Lab. While the males have a that vibrant dark blue color, the females are brown, making them a lot harder to spot.

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