|Species:|| Sialia currucoides|
It measures about 6-7 inches in lenght. It bill and legs are black. The male has blue upperparts and light blue underparts, while the female is a dull blue-gray with gray throat, back and crown. It feeds on insects. It breeds from east-central Alaska, southern Yukon and western Manitoba south in the mountains to southern California, central and southeastern Nevada, northern and east-central Arizona, southern New Mexico and east to northeastern North Dakota, western South Dakota and central Oklahoma. It winters from Oregon south to Baja California, Mexico and southern Texas, and east to eastern Kansas, western Oklahoma and central Texas. Breeds in high mountain meadows with scattered trees and bushes and short grass and winters at lower elevations in plains and grasslands.