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Birds and Trees of North Dakota

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Riley Decker

on 21 May 2015

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Transcript of Birds and Trees of North Dakota

Game Birds of North Dakota
Ring-Necked Pheasant
North American Turkey
Ruffed Grouse
Hungarian Partridge
Canada Geese
Commonly seen birds
Meadowlark
This is the state bird of North Dakota

Common Grackle
Mourning Dove
House Sparrow
American Robin
Birds and Trees of North Dakota
A look at some of the birds and trees found in the Peace Garden State
American Elm
This is the State tree of North Dakota
Chokecherry
Rocky Mountain Juniper
Colorado Blue Spruce
Ponderosa Pine
Trees and Shrubs
These omnivorous birds are found primarily east of the Rocky Mountains
The Mourning dove is the most hunted game bird in the world, they are found in all of the U.S, Mexico, Europe, and Western Asia
The House Sparrow is found throughout most of the world and often live near human developments
The American Robin occupies all of North America. They are primary carriers of the West Nile Virus
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