I have resisted “me too” messages for all my spring arrivals but just now, for 
the first time ever, an Indigo Bunting showed up at the feeder in front of my 
house. It was promptly chased away by the many goldfinches but it remained in 
our bushes waiting its turn. I should add that I live in the woods which is 
probably why I’ve never seen the bunting here. 

Anne
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