The Indigo Pennant (Passerina cyanea) is a little, gorgeous songbird quickly acknowledge by its fantastic, virtually iridescent, blue quill. Wings and also tail are black with blue edges. Crown is darker blue with a purple tint. It gauges 11.5– 13 centimeters (4.5– 5.1 in) in size.
Males show lively blue quill in the summer season and also a brown color during the cold weather. Ladies are normally brownish with brown beak tinged with blue. The diet regimen of the indigo pennant consists of insects, larvae, grains, and seeds.