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Created 12-Jun-10
Modified 22-Dec-20
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Buntings - The indigo Bunting prefers scrubby thickest and field edges. They prefer to nest low to the ground. I often find these nests in multiflora rose bushes.
The male will sing high in the treetops in early spring to mark his territory.

The buntings are a group of Old World passerine birds forming the genus Emberiza, the only genus in the family Emberizidae. They are seed-eating birds with stubby, conical bills.

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Keywords:Emberiza, birds, blue, buntings, eating, eggs, indigo, nest, nestlings, passerine, pennsylania, seed, singing, white

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