A Brilliant Indigo Bunting

This little indigo bunting is for Lea, who won the drawing on Your Mist Wished for Bird Pattern. I’ve not seen one on the farm, but friends nearby report many sightings. The biggest challenge with this bird is finding felt “blue enough” to do him justice!

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One Response to A Brilliant Indigo Bunting

  1. Anita Smith says:

    We are fortunate to have a pair (or more) living in our area, and they come to my feeders often. Thanks for suggesting, Lea, and thanks, Susan for making this cutie.

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