Western Bluebirds are a small and social songbird of the Thrush family, found in western parts of North America. They can be seen in open fields or along woodlands edges that are coniferous or deciduous. They nest in holes of trees and rely on woodpeckers to make the holes, as their beaks are too small. They feed on eat insects or berries. I found this Western Bluebird along with some others at the Sedona Wetlands Preserve.