Monday, March 12, 2012

Tuesday Tweets

mountain bluebird 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.




9 comments:

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Another awesome shot ~ You do great photography ~ thanks, namaste, Carol (Magical Monday Meme)

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Beautiful photo.

Regards and best wishes

Bryan said...

Nice bluebird. I think the Mountain ones ae perhaps the prettiest.

Frostbite and Sunburn said...

So pretty - and sooo blue!

Gene said...

Very nice photograph. Mountain Bluebirds are always a treat to see.

Helen said...

Those are beautiful Birds. I haven't see any of them around here although we have the Western Bluebird which I love. Helen

Tomás Crespo said...

a beautiful bird a fantastic picture

Island Rambles Blog said...

My husband has photos of the Bluebird but I have never seen them...such a pretty color and nice shot ecobirder. I shared some banding photos today.

Gracious Fortitude said...

A friend and i were walking in Minneapolis last Sunday and we believe we spotted this bird near the Mississippi river. Which is rare for Minnesota I believe. It was Oh So Beautiful!