We’ve been fortunate, too! Here on Stonehaven Circle in Newfield, we have two 
male Indigo Buntings coming regularly to our thistle feeder. They feed quite 
amicably with the Goldfinches. Question: Is it common for two male Indigo 
Buntings to occupy the same territory? We haven’t been watching carefully, but 
we haven’t seen any females yet.

Kathy Kramer

On May 13, 2018, at 9:20 PM, Yvonne Fogarty 
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Date: May 13, 2018 at 2:32:37 PM EDT
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Subject: Indigo bunting

Last evening and this morning on West Hill we have been graced by an indigo 
bunting at our feeder!
Yvonne

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