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Lazuli bunting

Passerina amoena

Description:

Male in breeding plumage.

Habitat:

Spotted along the Umtanum Creek in eastern Washington.

Notes:

They winter in Mexico and show up in Washington State in mid-May.

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4 Comments

SukanyaDatta
SukanyaDatta 8 months ago

Thanks, Mel, Brian.

Mel11
Mel11 8 months ago

What a super bird. I second Brian's comment and hope for a speedy way back to normality for you and your country.

Brian38
Brian38 8 months ago

Thank you Sukanka. I Don find these too often. The males are colorful and have a distinctive call. I hope things improve there soon.

SukanyaDatta
SukanyaDatta 8 months ago

Brain, this one is such a cutie...and a new species for me! Venturing out again, i see...we are still locked in. Thanks.

Brian38
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Brian38

Selah, Washington, United States

Spotted on May 15, 2021
Submitted on May 21, 2021

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