My mission? To bring my love of nature to the public.
I want people to see the beauty I see.
I would want anyone who sees my work to appreciate nature's place in the world. And I would want to convey my concern that wild places are disappearing from the world.
But most of all, I would hope that my work would spark a passion and interest in others to start working toward saving these wild places, animals, and birds.
Saturday, June 22, 2013
Indigo Bunting (Passerina
Family: Cardinals and Grosbeaks (Cardinalidae)
While Indigo Bunting males may appear blue, they are
actually black. It is the diffraction of light as is passes through their
feathers that make them appear blue.
Range from the central plains states to the east coast of
the United States.