It’s hard not to get the blues sometimes in the Ouachitas. The pines are peppered with indigo buntings, the flawless blue sky invites all sorts of avian and insect traffic and even the fence lizards get into the act. They show turquoise coloring under their throats and on their bellies during breeding season.

Three photos showing an indigo bunting, blue sky, lizard with blue scales
An indigo bunting tops a pine, a hummingbird heads into the blue and a fence lizard showing his turquoise scales during breeding season.

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