Mountain Bluebird

The mountain bluebird (Sialia currucoides) is a small migratory thrush in the Turdidae family, found in mountainous districts of western North America.

Their breeding habitat is open country across western North America, including mountainous areas, as far north as Alaska. Depending on the time of year, they may be ubiquitous in mountain environments like grasslands or landscapes of sagebrush, where trees and shrubs are fairly spread out.

It is an omnivore and eats spiders, grasshoppers, flies and other insects, and small fruits.

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