it is a very beautiful bird in my opinion black and white tail, black and white winds, black head, and a beautiful yellow beak and body.
The Willow Goldfinch.
The Washington state bird is the American goldfinch. This bird was made the state bird in 1951. The bird is yellow in color.
The State bird of Washington is the Willow Goldfinch.
Washington, DC is not a state; it is a city and therefore is not eligible to have a state bird.
The only state with the Willow Goldfinch as its state bird is Washington.The name Washington has 10 letters in it.
There is no state bird for D.C. Washington D.C it the District.
The willow goldfinch is hereby designated as the official bird of the state of Washington in 1951.
No, it is not. Although it is very common in Washington state.
The American goldfinch is the official state bird for Washington.
Washington... The Gold Finch
The Willow Goldfinch, also known as the American Goldfinch.
The official bird of Washington DC is the Wood Thrush
The mocking bird is the state bird of Texas.
A bird. A bird. A venzuela State Bird
Well that is actually a plant/bush. The goldfinch is the state bird of both Washingtons. 2 different areas 2 different Goldfinches as well.
The state bird of Kentucky is the Cardinal.
The Wood Thrush is the official bird of Washington, DC.
The official bird of Washington, DC is the wood thrush.
The official state bird of Iowa is the eastern goldfinch, also known as the American goldfinch (Spinus tristis), willow finch, or wild canary. It is also the state bird for the states of Washington and New Jersey.
there is no state bird. it is a national bird!
Guam is NOT a state, therefore, it has NO state bird.
Currently, there is no state with the puffin as its official state bird.
The Washington State animal, depending on what you mean is: * State Marine Mammal: Orca (Killer Whale) * State Bird: Willow Goldfinch * State Amphibian: Pacific Chorus Frog * State Insect: Green Darner Dragonfly * State Fish: Steelhead Trout ~ Hexedgirl92
There is no state with the hummingbird as its state bird.