Weekend Challenge: State and Provincial Bird Photos

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    dena1123
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    Sharon

    Your Oriole picture is incredible.   He almost looks like a painting.  Just Beautiful.


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    Elayna.Z
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    Western Meadowlark, the state bird of Oregon, found near Fern Ridge Reservoir (Coyote Creek Wildlife Trail) in Eugene, Oregon.


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    BoiseBob
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    Bohemian Waxwing, Boise, ID 8 March 2014

     


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    Jill Staake
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    A tip to those who are having trouble sharing photos: the important thing is to make sure you have the right linking info to paste into the “Insert Image” box. If the link you paste in doesn’t end in “.jpg” or “.jpeg” (or possibly “.gif”), your photo won’t post correctly. From most photo hosting sites, the easiest way to do this is to right-click with your mouse, and click on “Copy Image URL”. This will give you the direct link to the photo that you need to post here.

    The link from this photo looks like this: “http://i837.photobucket.com/albums/zz295/jstaake/CopyLink_zps627cd50e.jpg”


    Jill Staake (florida33girl@gmail.com)
    Birds & Blooms Community Manager
    Tampa, Florida Zone 9b

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    DebForster
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    cardinal

    North Carolina State Bird – Cardinal.  I captured this photo of a male Cardinal sitting on an ice covered branch of my Mimosa tree during a recent ice storm in central North Carolina.


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    BoiseBob
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    Bohemian Waxwing, Boise, Idaho 8 March 2014


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    Bohemian Waxwing, Boise, Idaho


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    BoiseBob
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    Bohemian Waxwing, Boise, ID 8 March 2014


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    BoiseBob
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    Bohemian Waxwing, Boise, Idaho 8 March 2014

    Bohemian Waxwing, Boise, Idaho 8 March 2014

     


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    txtisha
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    Cardinal


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    SILVER SURFER 159
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    The Robin is also the state bird of MICHIGAN …

     


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    Jill Staake
    Jill Staake
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    It’s Sunday night. Let’s see where we are:

    U.S.:

    • American Robin – Connecticut, Michigan, Wisconsin
    • Baltimore Oriole – Maryland
    • Black-Capped Chickadee – Maine, Massachusetts
    • Blue Hen Chicken – Delaware
    • Brown Thrasher – Georgia
    • Cactus Wren – Arizona
    • Carolina Wren – South Carolina
    • Common American Gull – Utah
    • Common Loon – Minnesota
    • California Valley Quail – California
    • Eastern Bluebird – Missouri, New York
    • Eastern Brown Pelican – Louisiana
    • Eastern Goldfinch (American Goldfinch) – Iowa, New Jersey, Washington
    • Hermit Thrush – Vermont
    • Lark Bunting – Colorado
    • Mountain Bluebird – Idaho, Nevada
    • Northern Cardinal – Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia
    • Northern Mockingbird – Arkansas, Florida, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas
    • Nene Goose – Hawaii
    • Purple Finch – New Hampshire
    • Ring-necked Pheasant – South Dakota
    • Rhode Island Red Chicken – Rhode Island
    • Roadrunner – New Mexico
    • Ruffed Grouse – Pennsylvania
    • Scissor-tailed Flycatcher – Oklahoma
    • Western Meadowlark – Kansas, Montana, North Dakota, Nebraska, Oregon, Wyoming
    • Willow Ptarmigan – Alaska
    • Yellowhammer – Alabama

    Canada:

    • Atlantic Puffin – Newfoundland
    • Black-Capped Chickadee – New Brunswick
    • Blue Jay – Prince Edward Island
    • Common Loon – Ontario
    • Common Raven – Yukon Territory
    • Great Grey Owl – Manitoba
    • Great Horned Owl – Alberta
    • Gyrfalcon – Northwest Territory
    • Osprey – Nova Scotia
    • Rock Ptarmigan – Nunavut Territory
    • Steller’s Jay – British Columbia
    • Sharp-Tailed Grouse – Saskatchewan
    • Snowy Owl – Quebec

    I’m going to help us out with an Osprey for Nova Scotia:

    Anyone have any others to share?


    Jill Staake (florida33girl@gmail.com)
    Birds & Blooms Community Manager
    Tampa, Florida Zone 9b

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    Almb
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    Here are two photos of  state birds that I have taken in ND.

    Lark Bunting-Colorado

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    Ring-necked Pheasant-South Dakota

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    jenn
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    Eastern Bluebird New York

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152035854357426&set=a.199585367425.130617.679502425&type=1


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