Indigo bunting June 28, 2016 / Rebecca An Indigo bunting spotted in a brushy area of the Black Bayou Refuge adjacent to Reelfoot Lake. She had blue skin, And so did he. He kept it hid And so did she. They searched for blue Their whole life through, Then passed right by – And never knew. ~Shel Silverstein Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
13 thoughts on “Indigo bunting”
It’s nice when they hang around to get their photos taken.
I got the feeling that there was a nest nearby. There was another bunting not far away, making quite a commotion.
Beautiful photos and verse. I wish we saw these more often, they are so gorgeous!
Thanks! It’s always a treat to see one.
Such a beautiful bird. I have only seen this bird once. Great photos.
I see one at the feeder occasionally. They are beautiful birds.
I have never seen one, but your photos are lovely!
Thanks, Jane. They are quite beautiful little birds and I always enjoy catching a glimpse of one.
These are beautiful captures, Rebecca! I am still jealous of this visitor of yours, I so want to see a Indigo Bunting and photograph it. 🙂
Beautiful Photos Rebecca!