Nevada State Bird - Mountain Bluebird
Nevada State Bird

Mountain Bluebird

The Mountain Bluebird (Sialia currucoides), recognized as the state bird of Nevada, is a striking and cherished avian species known for its vibrant azure plumage and its association with the western mountain regions of North America. These small birds are easily recognizable with their brilliant blue feathers, though females tend to have more subdued colors. Mountain Bluebirds are primarily insectivorous but will also feed on berries and seeds when insects are scarce. Nesting in natural cavities or man-made structures, they are diligent parents, providing for their young with a diet rich in insects. These delightful songbirds grace the skies and high-altitude landscapes of Nevada, adding a touch of color and melody to the state's natural beauty.

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