The mountain bluebird is found in the western half of North America. They breed from Alaska through Canada and the Rocky Mountain region of the United States. They winter in the southwestern United States, Mexico, and parts of Central America. Much of their range overlaps with the western bluebird. Mountain bluebirds and western bluebirds compete for nesting sites and will often defend their territories from one and other.
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