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WOW!!!
The States have selected a wide palette of colors!

Well... We've covered 31 of the 50 states - we're over half-way there!. 
...and have our retirement plans cut out for us. 
We can't wait for the Willow Ptarmigan and the Nene!!!

Check out: http://www.50states.com/bird/

This page will eventually contain links to pictures of the state birds of all states of the Union.  Our vacation plans will be driven by any gaps!!!  Please check back later, if your state bird is not here... 
Click on your state bird to see the range of selections!

Male Cardinal 3311
Male Cardinal 3311

The Eastern Cardinal is one of the most popular state birds.  It has been adopted by Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, North Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia.
 

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Male American Goldfinch 14880

Iowa, New Jersey, and Washington have adopted the American Goldfinch as their state bird.

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Northern Flicker 5276

The "Yellow Hammer", or Northern Flicker, is Alabama's state bird.

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Male Purple Finch 6295

The Purple Finch represents New Hampshire.

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Ring-necked Pheasant 17230

South Dakota picked a colorful bird!!!

New picture for 2012 season!

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Mockingbird 120412

The Mockingbird represents Arkansas, Florida, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Texas!

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Carolina Wren 0536

South Carolina has, appropriately, adopted the Carolina Wren as its state bird.

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Male Eastern Bulebird 11576

Missouri and New York host the Eastern Bluebird as their favorite!

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Western Meadowlark 17254

The Western Meadowlark is popular, too!  It is the state bird of Kansas, Montana, North Dakota, Nebraska, Oregon, and Wyoming.
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American Robin 23490

The American Robin breeds throughout the contiguous 48 states.  Connecticut, Michigan, and Wisconsin have chosen the Robin as their state bird!

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Male Baltimore Oriole 402667

Of course, the Baltimore Oriole represents the state of Maryland!

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