This is a list of national birds, most official, but some unofficial. National birds
. Country, Name of bird, Scientific name, Official status, Picture, Ref.
The American bald eagle was adopted as the national bird symbol of the United
States of America in1782; a native bird chosen for its majestic beauty, great ...
Australia does not have an official national bird, but the emu is largely regarded
as Australia's unofficial national bird. The emu is a flightless bird and is found ...
The national bird of Spain is the Spanish imperial eagle. This large bird of prey
lives in central and southwest Spain, primarily along the border with Portugal.
The Blue Crane (Anthropoides paradisea), also known as the Stanley Crane and
the Paradise Crane, is a tall, ground-dwelling bird of the crane family which ...
Sep 13, 2010 ... Along with an official flower and motto, every state has its own official bird. But
flying high above them all is the bald eagle, representing the ...
The Bald Eagle - Our National Emblem. ... While the eagle has been officially
recognized as America's national bird, there have been dissenters who feel the ...
Jun 11, 2015 ... The robin tops a poll of more than 200000 people organised by an ornithologist
who wants Britain to adopt a national bird.
National Bird Day is not only a good day to take time to appreciate the native wild
birds flying free outside our windows, it is also a perfect time to reflect on how ...
Nov 1, 2007 ... Did you know that the original choice for America's National Symbol was not the
bald eagle? Find out which bird it was, and how the eagle was ...