Definition of Indigo finch
1. Noun. Small deep blue North American bunting.
Generic synonyms: Bunting
Group relationships: Genus Passerina, Passerina
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Literary usage of Indigo finch
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1. Music of the Wild: With Reproductions of the Performers, Their Instruments by Gene Stratton-Porter (1910)
"That location was the most unfortunate I ever knew an indigo finch to choose. As I stood beside the nest I seemed to see big black water snakes, weasels, ..."
2. Waste-land Wanderings by Charles Conrad Abbott (1887)
"Here, swinging upon the tips of bending weeds, or curving the uppermost twig of some tall tree, the no less beautiful indigo finch sings with an ardor no ..."
3. Entomological News and Proceedings of the Entomological Section of the by Entomological Section (1890)
"... Skylark, Indigo- finch, Sedge-warbler, Blackbird, Bulbul, Wryneck, Canary, Weaver-bird, and several other birds. ..."