The Best Bird #1

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Mountain Bluebird  in the campground at Arches National Park, Utah. (4/07)

Bluebirds are unmistakable. We get a thrill every time we see one.

Members of the thrush family, there are three bluebirds in North America. They sometimes hybridize where their ranges overlap.

Eastern Bluebirds have orange throats and white bellies. Western Bluebirds have blue throats, orange chests and blueish bellies.

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