Saturday, February 8, 2014

Indigo Bunting in Minnesota


In Minnesota, their a common Spring and fall migrant in the eastern and central regions; uncommon in the western regions and in heavily forested portions of the northern regions in both spring and fall.
Spring migration period is late April thru early June, with a peak in mid May. Fall Migration period is late July thru mid October, with the bulk of migration in early September.
They are resident through out the state; most numerous in the southeastern, south-central, east-central and central regions. Less numerous in the south-west regions. Becomes less common northward.

indigo bunting eating on bird feeder
 

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