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      This picture of the Blue Bird was taken on our rocky mountain vacation and we were absolutely stunned at the beauty and vastness of The Rocky Mountains and Hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park is truly breathtaking.
I took the picture from the ground. The bird was about 30 feet up and I used the zoom lens at 3x to get this shot.
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Where:                Rocky Mountain Colorado. 
When:                 2006   
Photographer:         Billybob & Judy
Photo submitted by:   Billybob & Judy

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The Bluebird
Can anyone identify this Rocky Mountain bluebird?

Elk, mule deer, moose, bighorn sheep, black bears, coyotes, cougars, eagles, hawks and scores of smaller animals delight wildlife-watchers of all ages in The Rocky Mountain National Park