The Eastern Bluebird is a popular cavity-nesting species that lives across much of the eastern United States and parts of Canada and Mexico. It is the state bird of both New York and Missouri. Males have rich blue heads and backs, with bright reddish brown breasts and flanks, and white bellies. Females are similarly colored, but the hues are much more subdued.
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