Indigo Bunting Blue Ink of Avian collection by Anderillium!
The beautiful blue Indigo Bunting is a member of the cardinal family and shares a lot of traits with its red cousins. Buntings migrate as far north as Canada during the summer and as far south as Central America during the winter, and unlike many other birds that make that trip, they fly it at night! How does a bird navigate for thousands of miles at night? The same way our ancestors did, they use the stars. Quite intelligent for something that can fit in your hand. They use their intelligence to find the best food available as well. They have strong beaks for their size allowing them to break open tough seeds in the winter months, but they’ll always gobble up a nutritious bug or snail if they’re available. Like many other songbirds, Buntings are monogamous and the female is a camouflage brown.
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