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Blue Birds Seen in North America - Blue Jay

The Blue Jay  is amongst the loudest and most colorful birds that resides through most of eastern and central United States, although western populations may be migratory.

Blue Birds Seen in North America - Blue Grosbeak

The Blue Grosbeak, a medium-sized seed-eating vibrantly blue bunting is a larger version of the Indigo Bunting. Its warbling song is a common sound in summer around thickets and hedgerows.

Blue Birds Seen in North America - Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher

The Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher is a very small songbird that can be found in North, Central and South America.

Blue Birds Seen in North America - Varied Bunting

The Varied Bunting is a species of songbird with males having a spectacular color pattern.

Blue Birds Seen in North America - Lazuli Bunting

The Lazuli Bunting is a North American songbird which is named after the gemstone lapis lazuli.

Blue Birds Seen in North America - Indigo Bunting

The Indigo Bunting is a small seed-eating, migratory bird and amongst the best known songbirds.

Blue Birds Seen in North America - Blue Bunting

The Blue Bunting is a small passerine bird that is found in tropical forest and second growth in Mexico and northern Central America.

Blue Birds Seen in North America - Bluethroat

The Bluethroat is a migratory insectivorous species breeding in wet birch wood or bushy swamp in Europe and Asia with a foothold in western Alaska.

Blue Birds Seen in North America - Western Bluebird

The Western Bluebird is a small thrush that is shorter-winged and shorter-tailed than the mountain bluebird.

Blue Birds Seen in North America - Mountain Bluebird

The Mountain Bluebird is the third bluebird found in North America. The two other species, the Eastern Bluebird and the Western Bluebird, have brighter plumage.

Blue Birds Seen in North America - Eastern Bluebird

The Eastern Bluebird is the state bird of Missouri and New York.