The indigo bunting (Passerina cyanea) with its exquisite lay makes its abode very attractive to bird fanciers.
Our indigo bunting is as artful and secretive about its nesting-habits as any of the sparrows.
Indigo-bird, or indigo bunting (Cyanospiza cyanea), a petit duplicate of the blue grosbeak; song of; nest of.
Still the dickcissel, the lark sparrow and the indigo bunting continued their trio.
Song, loud, ringing and ventriloquial; suggesting that of indigo bunting but shorter.
No. 31544 seemingly represents a large extension in the summer range of the indigo bunting.
Other birds that frequently use the crab-apple tree as a nest site include the field sparrow, towhee and indigo bunting.
Their song is described as weaker than that of the indigo bunting, but having much of the same character.
Like the indigo bunting, they are found in thickets and hedges; their habits seem to be precisely like those of the last species.
Should be confused only with the indigo bunting, but it is larger and the male is darker and has brown wing-bars.