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50 State Birds of the U. S.- Part Two

Updated on August 15, 2014

50 State Birds of the U. S.- Part Two

In the United States, each state legislature is responsible for selecting its state bird. The selection of state birds began in 1927, when the legislatures for Alabama, Florida, Maine, Missouri, Oregon, Texas and Wyoming selected their state birds. The last state to choose its bird was New York in 1970. Many states are represented by same bird, so although there are 50 states in the U. S., there are just 29 different state birds. The following list is arranged by popularity, that is, the number of times each bird has been selected for state representation, along with the bird's year of selection. This lens is part two of three of the collection.

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Brown Thrasher

Brown Thrasher
Brown Thrasher

Brown Thrasher

The Brown Thrasher is the state bird of Georgia (1928).

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Cactus Wren

Cactus Wren
Cactus Wren

Cactus Wren

The Cactus Wren is the state bird of Arizona (1973).

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Common American Gull

Common American Gull
Common American Gull

Common American Gull

The Common American Gull is the state bird of Utah (1955).

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California Valley Quail

California Valley Quail
California Valley Quail

California Valley Quail

The California Valley Quail is the state bird of California (1931).

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Common Loon

Common Loon
Common Loon

Common Loon

The Common Loon is the state bird of Minnesota (1961).

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Eastern Brown Pelican

Eastern Brown Pelican
Eastern Brown Pelican

Eastern Brown Pelican

The Eastern Brown Pelican is the state bird of Louisiana (1966).

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Great Carolina Wren

Great Carolina Wren
Great Carolina Wren

Great Carolina Wren

The Great Carolina Wren is the state bird of South Carolina (1948).

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Hermit Thrush

Hermit Thrush
Hermit Thrush

Hermit Thrush

The Hermit Thrush is the state bird of Vermont (1941).

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Lark Bunting

Lark Bunting
Lark Bunting

Lark Bunting

The Lark Bunting is the state bird of Colorado (1931).

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Nene

Nene
Nene

Nene

The Nene is the state bird of Hawaii (1957).

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