Mr. O.

by The O's
(Northern Summit County, Ohio)

Turquoise-blue with black feathers on wing, at mixed seed feeder but left quickly. About size of a small cardinal. N. Ohio, snowy day about 27 degrees F. Didn't see any red on it's belly so it isn't an eastern bluebird. Could an indigo bunting be here at this time of year? Dropped down to ground and left before we could get photo.

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