LAZULI BUNTING

LAZULI BUNTING MALE
LAZULI BUNTING MALE
LAZULI BUNTING FEMALE
LAZULI BUNTING FEMALE

The Lazuli bunting is a small finch that is bright blue with a burnt orange chest, and white wing-bars, the females are un-streaked and brown. They are common in the western part of central North America in various habitats which include mountains, desert, and rivers. Lazuli buntings will eat seeds, small insects and fruit. I see them every summer, for about a day, at my bird feeders in the mountains, they are very striking and stand out when they arrive.

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