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The U.S. state of Indiana has 13 official state emblems, as well as other designated official and unofficial items. The majority of the symbols in the list are officially recognized and created by an act of the Indiana General Assembly and signed into law by the governor. They are listed in Indiana Code Title 1, Article 2, State ...


Indiana State Bird. Indiana Code: IC 1-2-8-1. Sec. 1. The bird commonly known as the Red Bird or Cardinal (Richmondena Cardinalis Cardinalis) is hereby adopted and designated as the official state bird of the state of Indiana. (Formerly: Acts 1933, c.223, s.1.) The cardinal (Richmondena cardinalis cardinalis) was adopted ...


Indiana designated the northern cardinal (Richmondena Cardinalis Cardinalis) as official state bird in 1933; facts; photos; video.


Official state symbols, emblems, and icons of Indiana - places to see in Indiana - landmarks, parks, historic markers, cities and towns - learn the culture and history of Indiana!


The cardinal was adopted as the state bird of Indiana by an act of the Indiana General Assembly on March 2, 1933. Six other states also have the cardinal as their state bird: Illinois, Kentucky, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia, and West Virginia. APPEARANCE: The northern cardinal, a mid-sized songbird, generally has a body ...


Sep 3, 2017 ... About the Indiana state bird, Cardinal (Cardinalis cardinalis), and its adoption as the state bird.


The State of Indiana. Indiana General Assembly. Bills & Resolutions . Indianapolis: The State of Indiana, 2012. Web. Indiana Historical Bureau, Emblems & Symbols , <http://www.in.gov/history/emblems.htm> (Accessed January 26, 2010) Shankle, George Earlie. State Names, Flags, Seals, Songs, Birds, Flowers, and Other ...


The cardinal (Richmondena cardinalis cardinalis) was adopted as the state bird of Indiana by an act of the Indiana General Assembly of the State of Indiana on March 2, 1933 as proposed by Senate Bill No. 160.


State Bird of Indiana: Northern Cardinal(Richmondena Cardinalis Cardinalis). Access Indiana officialbird's description, history, and picture.