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Indigo bunting. It is migratory, ranging from southern Canada to northern Florida during the breeding season, and from southern Florida to northern South America during the winter. It often migrates by night, using the stars to navigate. Its habitat is farmland, brush areas, and open woodland.What does an indigo bunting look like?
The all-blue male Indigo Bunting sings with cheerful gusto and looks like a scrap of sky with wings. Sometimes nicknamed "blue canaries," these brilliantly colored yet common and widespread birds whistle their bouncy songs through the late spring and summer all over eastern North America.Why do indigo buntings migrate at night?
There’s more about feeding birds at our Attract Birds pages. Indigo Buntings migrate at night, using the stars for guidance. Researchers demonstrated this process in the late 1960s by studying captive Indigo Buntings in a planetarium and then under the natural night sky.Is the indigo bunting in Ontario Worth the wait?
The indigo bunting is not a common visitor to my little part of Ontario, but his beauty was worth the wait,” says Phyllis Hacon. Get to know gorgeous blue grosbeaks. Male indigo buntings belt out their cheerful songs for hours at a time during breeding season Liz Tabb captured this image of an indigo bunting perched in the sunshine.