state bird is the Western Meadowlark. The bird's scientific name
is Saturnalia Neglecta. It is 9 inches (23 centimeters) tall.
It lives in fields and on Oregon's farms. It nests in the grass so
it can find bugs to eat in the vegetation and soil.
Oregon's State Flower
flag shows the state seal in gold. The seal shows a tall-masted ship
sailing in the distance, a covered wagon pulled by an ox, and a bald eagle
perching above the shield.
of Oregon's license plates are pictured above.
Oregon's State Tree
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