Western Bluebird


Western Bluebird

Scientific Name: Sialia mexicana

The Western Bluebird, Sialia mexicana, is a charming songbird species that brightens up the landscapes of Huntington Beach, California, with its vivid blue plumage and rust-colored breast. These cavity-nesting birds can be found in a variety of habitats, including woodlands, scrublands, and suburban areas with suitable nest sites. Western Bluebirds are year-round residents in the region, though their populations may fluctuate seasonally. They feed primarily on insects, spiders, and berries, often perching on fence posts or utility wires while hunting.

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