Mountain Bluebird

    The Mountain Bluebird (Sialia arctcia) was adopted as the state bird for Idaho by the state legislature in 1931. The Bluebird is about seven inches long, has an azure blue coat, and a blue vest with white underfeathers. The mother bird wears a quiet blue-gray dress and usually lays six or seven blue-white eggs. The Bluebird's nest is usually built in a hollow tree or in a crevice. The Bluebird is very neat about one's home and carries all refuse some distance from the nest.


Mountain Bluebird
From the Audubon Publication "Birds of America"
Artist: John James Audubon, F. R. SS. L. & E.
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National Audubon Society, Inc. - All rights reserved

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