There is no state specifically known as The Bluebird State, but there are two states with the bluebird as their official state bird. These states are Missouri and New York. There are also two other states with the mountain bluebird as their state bird. These two states are Idaho and Nevada.
The bluebird is the state bird for New York State. This bird is actually red, white, and blue in coloring and is found mainly in the northeastern states.
The bluebird is New York and Missouri's state bird
The Nevada state bird is the mountain bluebird. It was designated as the state bird in 1967. It's also the state bird of Idaho.
The Eastern Bluebird is the state bird of Missouri.
Eastern BluebirdThe official state bird of New York is the Eastern Bluebird, adopted in 1970.The Eastern Bluebird is the state bird of New York
The Mountain Bluebird.
New York adopted the Eastern bluebird as their state bird in 1970.
The state flower of Nevada is the Sagebrush.The state bird of Nevada is the Mountain Bluebird.
The Mountain Bluebird is the state bird of Idaho and Nevada.
The native "bluebird" (Sialia Sialis) was selected as the official bird of the state of Missouri on March 30, 1927.
There is no such thing as a "red breasted bluebird".