What is the conservation status of the northern mockingbird as of 2021?
The northern mockingbird is a mockingbird commonly found in North America. This bird is mainly a permanent resident, but northern birds may move south during harsh weather. This species has rarely been observed in Europe. This bird is influential in United States culture, being the 'State Bird' of five states, appearing in book titles, songs, and lullabies, and making other appearances in popular culture.
The northern mockingbird is an omnivore, eating both insects and fruits. It is often found in open areas and forest edges but forages in grassy land. It breeds in southeastern Canada, the United States, northern Mexico, the Bahamas, the Cayman Islands, and the Greater Antilles. This bird is listed as of least concern according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).