Mountain Bluebirds in Utah


Bluebirds have taught me a few things. First, the more you think you know, the more you have to learn. Second, never say never because they will fool you every time! Third, they have taught me to stop sweating details in my life and learn to enjoy the simple things. There are things far greater than ourselves out there, going on unnoticed right before our eyes.
– Malinda Matsuko, Bluebirder, 2005 –


The Feather Files
Name: Mountain Bluebird
Species: Sialia currucoides
Native to and Migration: They spend winters as far south as central Mexico. During the breeding season they can be found across western North America as far north as Alaska.
Date Seen: May, 2016
Location: Sand Dune Arch, Arches National Park, north of Moab, Utah

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