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Diane Wallace: Has seen Indigo Bunting only 3 times in KY

There were quite a few in Upstate New York, near Audubon Bird Sanctuary in Ithaca, NY where she lived prior to moving to Gradyville.

Diane Wallace writes:
It's already been told, as usual...I'm late...but yes, this is definitely an Indigo Bunting and a fine specimen as well. I have seen them only three times in Kentucky. Twice in Clay County, KY and one time in Gradyville, Adair County. However...up north, that is in Upstate New York...I've seen quite a few. Having lived close to Audubon Bird Sanctuary (Ithaca NY), I became quite familiar with these and many other birds! --Diane Wallace

Comments re photo 78204 Birds of KY Should this zippetydodah bird be here

This story was posted on 2018-04-17 01:48:36

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