The Mockingbird is Tennesse's state bird: it can mimic the sounds of other birds, and even the sounds of insects.
The Mockingbird is Texas' state bird: it can mimic the sounds of other birds, and even the sounds of insects.
Color in this picture of the California Gull, which, oddly enough, is the Utah state bird.
Color in Arizona's state bird, the Cactus Wren, the largest wren in North America.
Colorado's state bird is the Lark Bunting, and you can learn all about it with this coloring page.
Check out this Wisconsin state bird coloring page featuring the robin, read the fun facts about this bird, then add color to bring it to life!
Do you know the Alabama state bird? It's the Yellowhammer, a small yellow bird that is threatened in other parts of the world.
Your budding ornithologist will love to learn all about his very own state bird (or get acquainted with a new one) with these state bird coloring pages!
The Wyoming State bird is the Western Meadowlark. First graders can learn fun facts and add color to the picture!