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Feed it. The indigo bunting takes insects when they are available, especially to feed its nestlings. Weed seeds are its mainstay, supplemented by berries and small fruits. It forages on or near the ground, as well as in low shrubs and trees.Where do indigo buntings live?
The indigo bunting (Passerina cyanea) is a small seed-eating bird in the cardinal family, Cardinalidae. 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.When do indigo buntings migrate?
The male indigo bunting is commonly seen as a breeding species and at migration hot spots. In the spring, the Indigo may be present in large flocks, particularly during migratory fallouts, and is often seen in brushy habitat or along weedy margins of fields and roads, where it sits up and twitches its tail.Where do indigo buntings winter?
Indigo Buntings winter primarily in south Florida, from central Mexico south to Colombia and Venezuela and in the Greater Antilles (Payne 1992, Howell and Webb 1995). SEASONAL OCCURRENCE. In spring migrating Indigo Buntings arrive in Texas from February 25 to June 18 with most coming between late March and late May.