Mountain Bluebird - Sialia currucoides
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The Mountain Bluebird is found throughout western North America from Alaska to Mexico. Their diet consists of insects and fruit. They catch the insects by either hovering or sitting in a perch until prey is sighted. They are sexually dimorphic with the male being more overall blue. Females are a duller blue with grey breast, crown, throat and back.