Feather Tattoos and official State Birds


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Here are some fresh ideas for Feather Tattoos: This page features birds of all kinds from all 50 states. Each state has its own "official" bird species, chosen to symbolically represent that state. 


The first picture below is an American Bald Eagle with its handler. The Bald Eagle is a North American bird of prey that can weigh up to 15 pounds. It is a symbol of the United States, and is officially considered America's National bird.

Scroll down for a complete list of official state birds. Also find some gorgeous feather tattoo designs like the one shown above.






more amazing feather tattoos

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You can alter any of the images shown on this page to create your own uniquely authentic Feather Tattoos.


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state birds



STATE NAME                 STATE BIRD

ALABAMA                        Yellowhammer

ALASKA                          Willow Ptarmigan






ARIZONA                        Cactus wren

ARKANSAS                      Mockingbird

CALIFORNIA                   California Valley quail





COLORADO                     Lark bunting

CONNECTICUT                American Robin

DELAWARE                     Blue Hen





FLORIDA                        Mockingbird

GEORGIA                       Brown thrasher

HAWAII                          Nene (Hawaiian goose)

IDAHO                           Mountain bluebird

ILLINOIS                        Cardinal

INDIANA                        Cardinal

IOWA                             Eastern goldfinch

KANSAS                         Western meadowlark

KENTUCKY                     Cardinal





LOUISIANA                     Eastern Brown pelican

MAINE                            Chickadee

MARYLAND                     Baltimore oriole





MASSACHUSETTS           Chickadee

MICHIGAN                      Robin

MINNESOTA                   Common Loon




Below: A map depicting the range of the Common Loon. Notice there are no shaded areas in Minnesota,

which makes it seem strange that the Common Loon was selected to symbolize the state.





MISSISSIPPI                  Mockingbird

MISSOURI                      Bluebird

MONTANA                      Western meadowlark

NEBRASKA                     Western meadowlark

NEVADA                         Mountain bluebird

NEW HAMPSHIRE            Purple finch

NEW JERSEY                   Eastern goldfinch

NEW MEXICO                  Roadrunner

NEW YORK                     Bluebird



Below: The Bluebird is a popular theme in Feather Tattoos.




NORTH CAROLINA           Cardinal

NORTH DAKOTA              Western meadowlark

OHIO                             Cardinal

OKLAHOMA                    Scissor-tailed flycatcher

OREGON                        Western meadowlark

PENNSYLVANIA               Roughed grouse

RHODE ISLAND               Rhode Island Red hen

SOUTH CAROLINA           Carolina wren







SOUTH DAKOTA              Ring-necked pheasant

TENNESSEE                    Mockingbird

TEXAS                           Mockingbird

UTAH                             California seagull






VERMONT                       Hermit thrush

VIRGINIA                       Cardinal

WASHINGTON                 Willow goldfinch

WEST VIRGINIA              Cardinal

WISCONSIN                   Robin




WYOMING                      Western meadowlark


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