Photographed here are western bluebird females. The females have blue tints on their wings and tail where as males are more vibrant with blue on their necks and heads as well. Western Bluebirds can be found in northern New Mexico year-round. They live in cavities such as holes in trees or nestboxes but do not have beaks that are equipped for digging. Thus, they sometimes rely on woodpeckers to help create their homes.