Northern Mockingbird
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Extraordinarily songbird, Northern Mockingbird they can sing their own creations; they can sing the creations of others.
Mockingbird
Mockingbirds have their own songs and ability to mimic more than 30 other songbirds. Mockingbirds also can imitate dogs, frogs, sirens, car alarms, and cell phones.
Mockingbird
If you think you have seen a Mockingbird in West Virginia, you are not alone and hearing one of these beautiful bird in West Virginia are like the artists who dazzle us at a concert.
Northern Mockingbird
Common names: Northern mockingbird
Family: Mimidae, especially Mimus polyglottos
Length: 9 inches
Gray head and upperparts
Northern Mockingbird
Slender bill, white underparts, long black tail with white outer tail feathers, white wing bars, white patch in wing, and black legs and the sexes cannot be recognized by color.
Northern Mockingbird
Mockingbird is famous for their imitative vocal powers.


Where:                Mockingbird Country   
When:                 2004   
Photographer:         Billybob 
Submitted by:         K. Ignatius

                 
The Mockingbird was adopted as the state bird of Texas, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Florida.
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The Northern Mockingbird of the southern and eastern United States, often found in scrubby habitats and in urban areas.
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