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Comments on Faith, Fabric and Photos: Females and Juveniles....very confusing sometimes





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John: Thanks! I've been searching for the female f...

2008-05-14T07:57:00.000-05:00

John: Thanks! I've been searching for the female for weeks. I have at least 3-4 males, but this was the first female to come when I was looking. I was hoping that meant they are sitting on nests somewhere :-) I would think that you have Indigos in Maine....maybe they will find you someday. I didn't have any until last year....yet knew that a friend had them about a mile away!



Great photos, I like how you got photos of both th...

2008-05-14T06:33:00.000-05:00

Great photos, I like how you got photos of both the male and female of the Indigo Bunting, I've never seen one before, I don't think we get them around here.



Thanks!Sandy: Last year was the first time I ever ...

2008-05-13T19:36:00.000-05:00

Thanks!
Sandy: Last year was the first time I ever had an Indigo Bunting, so don't give up! This year I have seen at least 3-4, so once they find you they come back with friends!

Mike:Thanks! Color is big right now....red, yellow, blue.....sure a change from winter!

JB: Glad to know about the church. It looked really grand! Hope your birds pick up. I'm still missing a few summer favorites....hummingbirds, thrashers....but I hope it is just the lousey, cool, rainy weather. I've seen both in a brief flash, but neither has come to the feeders.



You just have the most beautiful birds where you l...

2008-05-13T18:58:00.000-05:00

You just have the most beautiful birds where you live. We are getting a few different kinds at our feeder but not many yet.
My mom says she did not go into that church on her blog, but went into some other beautiful ones. All the architecture in Europe is amazing.
--JB



Nice shots Mary. Lovely colours on you garden visi...

2008-05-13T15:54:00.000-05:00

Nice shots Mary. Lovely colours on you garden visitors, great post.



Great photos and I love those buntings. Never see...

2008-05-13T14:55:00.000-05:00

Great photos and I love those buntings. Never seen one in person though.



SAphotographs: Yep! Guess that's why they get to b...

2008-05-13T12:25:00.000-05:00

SAphotographs: Yep! Guess that's why they get to be the "pretty" ones :-)



LOL!! Males are ALWAYS show offs when there are la...

2008-05-13T11:12:00.000-05:00

LOL!! Males are ALWAYS show offs when there are ladies around. A lovely comparison Mary.



Thank you all! I had not seen the young male Indig...

2008-05-13T08:27:00.000-05:00

Thank you all! I had not seen the young male Indigo before, so it was rather intriguing with its faint color. I'm glad you confirmed what it is Birdlady!



Really nice pictures - the little brown indigo bun...

2008-05-13T08:13:00.000-05:00

Really nice pictures - the little brown indigo bunting with a little blue is a first year male.



What a great post! You get the best bird visitors,...

2008-05-13T08:10:00.000-05:00

What a great post! You get the best bird visitors, Mary!!



I am learning new things today from you. I'm only ...

2008-05-13T07:56:00.000-05:00

I am learning new things today from you. I'm only familiar with the male Indigo Bunting, which shows up only rarely at my feeders; maybe about twice. But if I see another some day I will also check for the little warm, brown female that you have posted today, now that I know what to look for. A very sweet bird and a very helpful post. I'm still waiting for the Rose-breasted Grosbeaks to arrive.