Each spring and summer, Indigo Buntings sing their buzzy, jumbled songs from brushy edges throughout the Eastern US. West of the Rockies, a different bunting sings his song. Named for the gemstone lapis lazuli, a male Lazuli Bunting shimmers an iridescent azure. He looks as if he might have been... read more »
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A nicely produced video from the Appalachian Range, near the stateline between Virginia and North Carolina. After some shots of the mist burning off, you can enjoy beautiful video of a singing Indigo Bunting and Field Sparrow. read more »