What is Vermont's State Bird?

VERMONT - Among the bird species found in Vermont, the state bird is the Hermit Thrush.  This bird is usually found in suitable habitats in Vermont from April to October. The Vermont state bird is known for its sweet song. It is one of the most beautiful songs in North America. It is also said to sound like a flute.

Photo: The Hermit Thrush


Vermont is The State Bird, Is The Hermit Thrush


The Hermit Thrush is a migratory bird. It migrates south to avoid the harsh winters. The birds can eat a wide variety of large and small animals. The Hermit Thrush can also eat insects, beetles, ants, and grasshoppers.

The hermit thrush can be seen in many parts of the United States. In Vermont, it is found in both coniferous and open woodlands. It is a medium-sized bird with a brown body and reddish tail. The wingspan is 11.5 inches.

The hermit thrush is a bird that prefers mature forests and large wooded areas. It is also very territorial. It mainly forages on the ground or in shrubs and trees.

The hermit thrush is also known for its beautiful song. It has a mournful sound, but it is a pleasant song. It starts with a sustained whistle. The song then ends in a soft echo. It is a song that is regularly heard in Vermont forests. It is considered to be the most beautiful of all North American songs.

The hermit thrush is not a common bird. However, it has a fairly stable population.