Western bluebird : Sialia mexicana Public Deposited

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  • Can you imagine eating bugs and berries and living inside a tree? Western bluebirds do just that! They are members of the thrush family, meaning that they are related to robins. There are three species, or kinds, of bluebirds in the United States: the Eastern bluebird, the Western bluebird, and the mountain bluebird. Both Western and mountain bluebirds live in Oregon.
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