Mountain Bluebirds are medium-sized song birds found in the western U.S. and Canada at altitudes above 5,000 feet. They are the most migratory of the three bluebird species (Eastern and Western Bluebirds are deeper blue with a reddish chest). They nest at edges of forests and open areas such as meadows, hayfields and clear cuts. They eat insects and small fruits. Unlike the other bluebirds, they often hover while foraging and they rarely eat seeds or berries.
1.5" Hard enamel pin; black metal.