Western Bluebird (Sialia mexicana) is a medium-sized (16-19 cm), highly social bird that lives in open coniferous and deciduous woodlands. Males are bright blue with a rust-orange breast and upper back, while females are gray-buff with a pale orange wash on the breast and touches of blue on the wings and tail. They are distributed across the western U.S., from southern British Columbia to Baja California.
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