Wednesday, May 20, 2015

1188 Indigo

For being so spectacular, this male indigo bunting was rarely seen. It has made the forests and meadows of Singleton Lake home. It is one of a hundred other species of birds that we know about anyway, according to the Bioblitz held at our property. We will keep the land unchanged so that they will want to continue to live alongside us well into the future.
“The egg doesn’t fall very far from the tree...” I had to write this somewhere. Our daughter was looking for the expression that the nut doesn't fall very far from the tree but I like this version better!

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