If you are passionate about birdwatching, backyard birds, or just enjoy looking at pretty nature pictures and learning about the United States, this infographic about U.S. state birds is sure to please. The tradition of selecting state birds began in 1927, with Alabama, Florida, Maine, Missouri, Oregon, Texas, and Wyoming being the first to select their state birds. While many states have individual birds, the Northern Cardinal represents seven states, and the Western Meadowlark represents six states. On the state birds map, you will notice interesting trends from the Eastern coastline to the West. Have you ever spotted or heard your state’s official bird? Each one has a distinct bird song or call that can help you identify it. The biodiversity within the United States is truly marvelous and fun to study.