Indigo buntings

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  1. rstrick2

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    I had a pair of Indigo Buntings come into the backyard on January 30. I have been watching them as the male is a young Male Bunting. The female bunting looks like an adult. Hopefully they will become regular visitors so I can get him in his male adult colors.. My fingers are crossed.
    Here is the Indigo Bunting when I first Saw him
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    Seen on Feb 7
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    Late Tonight February 15, The young Male is getting his Indigo coloration
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    Nice captures!! What a colorful bird as well. Love the blues! I have been blessed with Painted Buntings this year...this guy would be a lifer for me!
     
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    Great shots, what a cool bird!
     
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    Excellent series, Love these, I dunno if they will stay South they usually come back up North.
     

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