Author: Jim Gain
Central Valley Birds and Birding Blog Post Series # 1
Few things in the world fill us with as much pleasure as the winged animals we call birds. Over 300 wild bird types either reside in or go through California’s Central Vally regularly. The intent of this blog site is to fire up a trigger of interest in our fans that encourages them for more information about these wild residents and the environments they regular. Curiosity results in query, Inquiry results in visitation, Visitation results in caring and Caring results in Conservation
WHAT’S IN A NAME
Western Bluebird– Sialia mexicana
Greek. sialidos unknown bird, from Mexico
Western Bluebird is a little songbird discovered in western North America. It’s understood for its lively blue plumage on the head and wings, with a rusty-orange breast and white stomach, making it quickly identifiable. Both women and males (to a lower level) display
this pigmentation, and they have a reasonably compact size compared to other bluebird types
AN INTERESTING OR UNUSUAL FACT
Western Bluebirds are interesting birds with lots of special qualities that make them a pleasure to observe. One fascinating reality about them is that they are often assisted by birds from other types, such as Violet-green swallows, which have actually been observed feeding Western bluebirds and safeguarding their nests.
DISTRIBUTION STATUS IN THE CENTRAL VALLEY
Western Bluebirds can be discovered in a variety of environments from your yard, to parks and forests throughout the valley.
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