You know how some words just feel good rolling off your tongue? Well, Indigo is one of my favorite words to say. Indigo Buntings are not blue because their feathers have blue pigment. Their color comes from tiny structures in the feathers that refract and reflect blue light, similar to the way airborne particles cause the sky to look blue.
Friday Photo: Indigo Bunting
Male Indigo Bunting near Junction TX.
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