What is the state bird of Massachusetts?
The black-capped chickadee became Massachusetts' state bird back in 1941. It's not surprising this tiny and amiable creature was chosen: this bird is very sociable, energetic and even acrobatic! You can enjoy black-capped chickadee's company year round, as they don't migrate. The unique call of the chickadee is one of the most complex in the animal kingdom. Very slight variations in the call can act as an alarm call, a contact call, or can be used to relay information when they recognize another flock. Black-capped chickadees live in northern US and can be found almost elsewhere in Canada.
This nice tiny creature is also the state bird of Maine.