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Official State Bird of Texas. Texas designated the mockingbird (Mimus polyglottos) as official state bird in 1927 (Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 8, 40th Legislature).All State Birds. Northern Mockingbirds have extraordinary vocal abilities; they can sing up to 200 songs, including the songs of other birds, insect and amphibian sounds, even an occasional mechanical noise.

tpwd.texas.gov/publications/nonpwdpubs/introducing_birds/mockingbirds

Young mockingbirds can sing, but their songs are described as "soft whisper songs." The mockingbird lives primarily in the eastern, southern, and midwestern parts of the United States and it can be found throughout Texas. It is adaptable and will make its home in both rural and heavily populated areas.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northern_Mockingbird

The mockingbird also possesses a large song repertoire that ranges from 43 to 203 song types and the size varies by region. Repertoire sizes ranged from 14 to 150 types in Texas, and two studies of mockingbirds in Florida rounded estimates to 134 and 200, approximately.

forum.americanexpedition.us/northern-mockingbird-facts-photos-and-information

Northern Mockingbird Facts. Female mockingbirds do not sing as much as the males do, and they are much quieter as well. Mockingbirds can live up to 20 years in captivity. Mockingbirds are known for their singing abilities. A male mockingbird can learn up to 200 different songs. A mockingbird sings all throughout the day and into the night.

www.audubon.org/news/10-fast-facts-about-northern-mockingbirds

The Northern Mockingbird is the state bird of Arkansas, Florida, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Texas. In true Texas fashion, the 1927 legislation declaring the Northern Mockingbird the state’s official bird reasoned that the species is “a fighter for the protection of his home, falling, if need be, in its defense, like any true Texan."

kids.nationalgeographic.com/explore/states/texas

Get facts and photos about the 28th state. By Jamie Kiffel-Alcheh Texas Barry the bald eagle kicks up his heels in Texas when he hangs out with his friend MC Tex the mockingbird.

study.com/academy/lesson/mockingbird-facts-lesson-for-kids.html

Mockingbird Facts: Lesson for Kids. ... A mockingbird is a medium-sized bird that is common in North America. On average, it measures 9 inches long from head to tail, which is a long as a banana ...

tpwd.texas.gov/kids/about_texas/symbols/mockingbird.phtml

Texas Symbols: Bird Mockingbird. This common bird is a favorite. If you hear a bird repeat a call three or four times, change its tune and repeat different calls several times, then you probably have a mockingbird nearby. When it flies off, see if you can spot a white line across the top of its tail. ...

lsjunction.com/bird.htm

Ask any Texan, and you will no doubt learn that the mockingbird has the prettiest song of any bird native to North America. That's perhaps the chief reason the "mocker" was adopted as the state bird of Texas in 1927. The song of the mockingbird is, in fact, a medley of the calls of many other birds.

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Fun & Interesting Facts About Mockingbirds. ... Texas, Mississippi, Florida, Arkansas, and Tennessee. Each of these states has a Mockingbird population, and the most common of the Mockingbirds would be the Northern Mockingbird, which is the symbol of these five states. This little virtuoso can keep a watcher guessing.