Lots of things contribute to make Washington a wonderful state for birding. A huge part is owed to the habitat, which is beyond diverse. From Coniferous forests to a truly lengthy coastline, Washington lets bird watchers in lots of fun.
When it comes to size, Wyoming is amongst the top ten. The population doesn’t reflect that though, considering it is the lowest. For a bird watcher though, this is as ideal as any location can get. Quite mixed with a great expanse of land, what more could you ask for?
As a birding destination, North Dakota is quite underrated. Yet, bird watchers who had the opportunity of visiting in spring or in late summer, know how special the state is for birding. The ease of access along with less crowd and grasslands that lets the birds flourish makes birding quite fun in North Dakota.
For those who enjoy it, birding can be an extremely fun leisure activity, especially if you’re birding in North Carolina. Here you come across a wide variety of birds that would be any bird watchers dream. Let’s take a look at how you can start your birding adventures here.
Florida was the 27th state in the US to get statehood. The official pronouncement occurred in the year 1845, exactly on March 3. Florida has Tallahassee as its capital state; as for the nickname, you can guess it right? Florida is known as the Sunshine State. Then, which bird do you think had the honor of becoming the official state bird of the Sunshine State?
The first US state to ever get admission into statehood is Delaware. It got this honor in the year 1787, on December 7. It has Dover as its capital, and there really isn’t a notable nickname for the state. However, its state bird is quite famous and unique. Let’s find out more about it, shall we?
Connecticut was the 5th state to get admission into statehood in the US. The official pronouncement happened on January 9 of 1788. Owning Hartford as the capital city, Connecticut is strangely also called the Constitution state. So, which bird species had the honor of becoming the Connecticut state bird, do you think?
The admission of statehood for Colorado came on August 1 of 1876. It was the 38th state to get admission into statehood in the US. It is also one of the few states without any noticeable nicknames. The state’s capital is Denver, but as a birder, what you might be really curious about is the state bird of Colorado. Well, let’s find out!
California is the 31st state into statehood. It was given this status on September 8 of 1850. It is also referred to as the Golden State and has Sacramento as its capital city. The most populated state in the US, which bird species do you think has the honor of becoming its state bird?
On January 26, 1837, the 26th state to become a US state was Michigan. The capital city of this state is Lansing. Michigan has two nicknames. One is the respectable Great Lake state, as you can guess, because of the Great lake. The other nickname is a lot more fun and pop-culture savvy – It is called the Wolverine state. Not a nickname that needs any explanation, does it? So which bird has this state chosen to represent?
New Hampshire was one of the earliest states of the US. It was the 9th state and got its acknowledgment way back in 1788 on June 21. Concord would be its capital city. The nickname for New Hampshire is the Granite State. The state bird of New Hampshire is a most unusual and a species certainly worth taking note of. Let’s find out a bit more!
The state of Nevada became an official US state on October 31st of 1864. It was the 36th state to receive this status. The capital city of Nevada is Carson City. As for its nickname, Nevada is actually known as the Silver state. Do you know what is most definitely not silver in color in the state? Their official state bird, a bird species with an unusual color.
The Nature State, as its people like to call it, or Arkansas was admitted as the 25th state into statehood. This happened on 15 June of 1836. Little Rock is the capital city, and the state had a population of 2,959,373 in 2013. So, which bird species got the honor of becoming the state bird of Arkansas?
The 12th state to get statehood, North Carolina’s proclamation came on November 21 of 1789. Raleigh is the capital city of North Carolina, while the nickname granted to the state is Old North state. It is also called Tar Heel state.
The North Carolina state bird is something that we are all familiar with. You are curious who it is, right?
New Jersey was the third state to become a state of the US, on December 18 of the year 1787. The capital city of New Jersey is Trenton. The state is also known as the Garden State. So, you can imagine the variety of bird species flock here. Which bird species do you think ultimately became the state bird of New Jersey?