There were three birds, flying at tree top in the distance. I zoomed in with my Fuji XT-2 with 100-400 with 1.4tc and this is the best shot in the smokey area. I did not see any blue on them, so I am wondering if they are Towndsend's Solitaires, but they seem to have a buffy breast like a Western Bluebird. Here are some cropped pictures.
Thanks Jon There were four birds there, flying around on occasion, but always landing on the tops of the tall dead trees. Through binoculars, I did not see blue at all and only a slight color/shading change on the chest. It was only when I looked at my pictures at home, zoomed in close, that I saw the buffy chest. They all seemed to be the same species and getting along. One would sometimes fly off to grab an insect(?) and land near a different bird, just to have that one fly off. They would, as a group, fly away, circle around, and pick their spot on the top again. I could not hear chattering because they were very far away and my hearing aids would not pick it up. If these are female, or juvenile birds, there were no other birds around that I could see. Just another thing to say "HMMMM" about. Thanks for your help, Klaus