50 State Birds | Do you know which one represents your state?

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  1. Sarah says:

    Hi 🙂
    That was fun and informative! 🙂 I knew the state birds for Illinois (state I grew up in), Iowa (where I live now), and Nebraska. I see cars from Nebraska on the highways here and some of them have the western meadowlark on their license plate. I looked up the state bird when I moved here and was happy to see it was the pretty little goldfinch. 🙂 The Iowa state flower is the wrinkled rose. They are a wildflower found all over the state and probably the Midwest. The air is filled with the sounds of both the Eastern and Western Meadowlarks in the spring and summer. I have seen both of them here and figured out the difference in their songs a couple of years ago. At first, I thought they were the same birds with two different songs. They look very similar unless you get a close up look at the area by their bill. It is interesting that the Northern Cardinal was chosen by so many states. The bright red of the male Cardinal is very noticeable in the winter and their song is one of the first indicators that spring is almost here. I have heard them sing as early as late February. Something to look forward to. 🙂

  2. This is awesome! Love it! 😀

  3. Sharon Mann says:

    Thank you for posting this compilation of state birds.

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