Celebrating Independence Day with Birdorable!

Happy 4th of July, Birdorable fans! 🇺🇸 Today is a special day in the United States as we celebrate our nation's Independence Day. To mark this festive occasion, we've created a vibrant graphic featuring some of our favorite Birdorable birds and iconic species found across the United States. Can you spot the Northern Cardinal, the American Goldfinch, the Bald Eagle, the Blue Jay, the American Robin, and the Ruby-throated Hummingbird? These vibrant birds are celebrating with us, surrounded by stars, stripes, and fireworks.

Birdorable Shareable Graphic for 4th of July / Independence Day

Independence Day commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. On this day, the thirteen American colonies declared their independence from British rule, laying the foundation for the United States of America. The celebration of this historic event includes a variety of traditions such as fireworks, parades, barbecues, and concerts.

Please celebrate responsibly. Be mindful of wildlife and the environment, and the impact your festivities may have on your surroundings. If your day will involve fireworks, take special care. Avoid setting off fireworks near natural habitats, wildlife sanctuaries, or areas known for nesting birds. Try to choose fireworks that are labeled as "low noise" to admire the spectacle with less audible disturbance. And after your fireworks show, barbecue, party, parade, or other celebration, be sure to clean up trash and debris. Leave only footprints!

We hope you enjoy this special Birdorable graphic and consider sharing it with your bird-loving friends! And we hope you enjoy your Independence Day, whether you're attending a fireworks show, enjoying a backyard barbecue, or simply spending time with loved ones.

Happy birding and happy 4th of July! 🇺🇸🎉

Comments

Woodpiecer on July 4, 2024 at 9:05 PM wrote:
Birdorable, can you please add the birds that are native to the United States, please?

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