Mountain Bluebird

Or the th roe North American bluebird species, this alone lacks chestnut in its plumage. It inhabits open meadows, generally above 5.000 ft (1,500 m) in summer, often visiting lowlands in winter, forming wandering flocks. It feeds on insects, caught in hovering flight or picked from the ground.

• NEST A loose cup nest, made of plant materials, in a tree hole or nest box.

• Distribution

Breeds in W. North wings are

America. Migrates south long and ill winter as far as Mexico. pointed blue throat, breast, and belly

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Habitat

Migration Migtant

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Species Saxícola torqtiata

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