What is Massachusetts state bird?

Black-capped chickadee
Wild turkey
Massachusetts/State bird

What does the Massachusetts state bird look like?

The state of Massachusetts chose the black-capped chickadee (Poecile atricapillus) as the state bird in 1941. The tiny, black and white bird with an oversized head excitedly greets the human residents of Massachusetts. The chickadee, also known as a black-cap titmouse, enjoys both the deciduous and mixed forests.

What is Massachusetts state bird and flower?

Massachusetts State Symbols, Songs, and Emblems

Designation Symbol / Emblem Adopted
Berry Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) 1994
Beverage Cranberry Juice 1970
Bird or Bird Emblem Chickadee (Penthestes atricapillus) 1941
Blues Artist Henry St. Clair Fredericks, better known as Taj Mahal 2006

What color is Massachusetts state bird?

State Bird of Massachusetts – Black-cap Chickadee The Massachusetts state bird is only about 4 to 5 inches in size. Its coloring is ash-grey with the back having a brownish tinge. The crown, nape, chin, and throat are black, and the cheeks white.

What is Massachusetts state fruit?

List of Official State Fruit

State Fruit
Massachusetts Cranberry
Minnesota Honeycrisp Apple

What is Massachusetts state stone?

Table of minerals, rocks, stones and gemstones

State federal district or territory Mineral Gemstone
Massachusetts Babingtonite (1971) Rhodonite (1979)
Michigan Chlorastrolite (aka Isle Royale greenstone) (1972)
Minnesota Lake Superior agate (1969)