Photo Credit: Dave Cagnolatti & Weeks Bay Reserve Foundation
Photo Credit: Carrie Threadgill
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Passerina cyanea
STATUS: Breeder. Common in spring, summer, and fall, and rare in winter in Gulf Coast region. Common in spring, summer, and fall, and occasional in winter in inland regions. Low Conservation Concern.
HABITAT: Found in brushy and weedy areas, in early succesional stages and woodland openings, and along woodland and field borders.