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The flash of bright blue and the musical call, tur-a-lee, help identify this bird. The bluebird is usually found in open woodlands or farmlands where it feeds on insects, berries and fruits. Competition from house sparrows and starlings for nesting places hurt the bluebird population, but it has adapted well to special nesting boxes.