Known for its distinctive red breast, the robin is the state bird of Connecticut, Michigan and Wisconsin. For many, the sighting of the first bob-bob-bobbin' red robin heralds the beginning of spring.
Who doesn't love the sight of a bright red cardinal perched on a branch against the backdrop of freshly fallen snow? This popular songbird is the state bird for Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia and West Virginia.
A beautiful bird, boasting black and gold-tinted orange plumage, the Baltimore Oriole is the state bird of Maryland. The primary habitat of the Baltimore Oriole is in parks and suburban areas.
A beautiful bird, its blue mantle and reddish breast make it a favorite among bird lovers. The bird is known for its soft warble and the bluebird of happiness is top bird in Missouri and New York.
Nothing is as delightful as a male goldfinch sporting his summer plumage. His bright yellow feathers with black wings are welcome at bird feeders everywhere. This sweet songbird is the state bird of New Jersey, Washington and Iowa.
Thank you for sharing this list of state birds. Well done.
Oh, I love them all! Even though it is not a state bird, that Indigo Blue bird takes one's breath away! I just love the birds. Thanks for the great list.
I've always loved the cardinals. My favorite is the scissor-tailed flycatcher, the state bird of Oklahoma. All of them are great singers, but I've never heard a bird's I didn't love. Thanks for posting this to List My Five.
All beautiful birds! I love seeing Robins in Michigan come Spring, it's a good sign!
Wonderful Top5List of state birds. I agree these are beauties.
These are lovely birds and I should really know them better. The Red Cardinal and the Goldfinch are particularly lovely. Thanks for sharing.
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