From our collection ... More birds and flowers ... First Day Issues ... Please be sure to see the introduction, information about artists, and stamps, in our March 1, 2015, post. As you have noticed, we are posting the 50 States in alphabetical order, so if you've missed a state you want to see, please check the earlier posts.
North Dakota ... the Peace Garden State ...
Ohio ... Birthplace of Aviation ...
|Yes, another Cardinal|
Oklahoma ... The State nickname is Native America ...
|The only state to chose a Scissor-tail|
Thank you for stopping by John's Island.
Oklahoma is a very interesting one, with a scissor-tail and mistletoe, which I didn't even know is a flower. I thought it was a parasite! :-)ReplyDelete
John, I like the flycatcher. So just how many states have a cardinal as the state bird? There have been many so far, and I thought my home state of Illinois was the only one.ReplyDelete
Happy St Patricks day !ReplyDelete
love the scissor-tails. i like ohio's color coordination.ReplyDelete
Oh I do like the flycatcher! I think some of the birds I have seen in more than one state. I do like that our (California) bird is the quail, you don't see that one too often either.ReplyDelete
I like your #1 Poster. In our house hold we are more Dutch. Ha-haReplyDelete
And a Happy St. Patricks day to you. There are still more of my favorites today. I cheer for the meadowlark and the prairie Rose.ReplyDelete
These are all lovely, John, and the St. Patrick's Day one is so pretty. Happy St. Patrick's Day to you. :)ReplyDelete
I really am enjoying seeing all the bird postcards. : )ReplyDelete
Happy St Patrick's Day to you too.
Happy St. Patrick's Day to you, John :)ReplyDelete
Love the last one this time.
The first one is too yellow, and I've seen
enough cardinals so far.
So thumb up for the pretty flycatcher! :))
Have a nice and green day
They sure are as lovely as your precious posts. Happy St. Patrick's Day!ReplyDelete
Beautiful once again.ReplyDelete
What a lovely St. Patrick's Day postcard! I love that scene. It looks so cosy & homely. The birds too are all so pretty. I hope you had a great St. Patrick's Day, John.ReplyDelete
Love the scissor-tail! All of these are great, however!ReplyDelete