Male and female Bluebirds doing "kissy face". Closeup.
The Western Bluebird is a bit larger than a sparrow, appears round-shouldered when perched. Head, wings, and tail blue, breast and back rusty red. Females are paler, duller, with rusty breat, grayish throat and belly. Breeds from S. British Columbia, western U.S. to mountains of central Mexico. Habitat is scatted trees, open conifer forests, farms. In winter, semi-open terrain, brush, deserts.
This photograph has been featured in the following Groups:
The World We See Group
Small Birds of the World
FAA Bird Portraits
Some of my artwork appears on products sold at Zazzle. Check out the following website: http://www.zazzle.com/linda116.
If you like my art, please take a moment to "like" and/or comment. I would be most appreciative if you would share on Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, etc. This will help promote my art online and enable it to be found by others on internet searches. Thank you so much.