Mountain Bluebird (female)

BlueBirdFrom The Book of North American Birds: β€œBefore dawn, when the deep valleys and alpine meadows of the western mountains are still wrapped in darkness and not even the highest peak has caught its first beam of morning light, mountain bluebirds begin their daily carol-ing…the Navajos say, the heralds of the rising sun, for they sing while the sky grows lighter and brighter. And then, soon after the moment of sunrise, they stop.”