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    Our colony bird is the Indigo Bunting. Upon arrival the captain of TheClick to view a larger version. April Flower, our ship, noticed a large flock of Indigo Buntings. Ever since that day, we have believed that if a farmer in our colony spots at least one Indigo Bunting he shall have successful Indigo crops! The Indigo Bunting’s color is a dark sky blue mixed with aqua. The reason we picked this bird is because we think it is very pretty and it helps us have great Indigo crops. The bird is for and a half inches long. Indigo Buntings eat small insects such as spiders, seeds, buds, and berries! We love Indigo Buntings in Brentsylvania!                

By Elaina, Cat, Gabby, and Jonathan


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