Other Bird Statues (page 3)

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Robin [gone]
Kalkaska, MI
This Robin was perched right next to Kalkaska's Trout statue. The Trout was originally installed in 1966 so perhaps the Robin was placed there at the same time. The robin is Michigan's state bird. These photos are from 2011. By 2016, the statue was gone. The Trout is still there.

More Robins:
Waasis, NB

Cardinal [gone]
Leon, IA
Darlington, WI
Columbus, OH
This chainsaw carved Cardinal was installed in someone's front yard. The cardinal is the mascot of the local elementary and high school sports teams. The Cardinal was removed in 2015.

The Cardinal in Darlington was carved from a tree in someone's front yard. The cardinal is Darlington High School's mascot. [map]

The Cardinal in Columbus is located at the Ohio State Fairgrounds. Does anyone know when this statue was installed here? The cardinal is also Ohio's state bird. There was another statue here previously. [map]

Bowling Green, KY
Strum, WI
The Cardinal in Bowling Green stands in front of the Cardinal Motel. The cardinal is Kentucky's state bird. The motel was destroyed in 2021 by a tornado but is being rebuilt. The statue remains. [map]

This Cardinal in Strum is installed on the roof of Eleva-Strum High School. The school's sports teams are known as the Cardinals. [map]

Gackle, ND
This Oriole statue was built from 1990-1991 and installed at the Gackle Streeter Public School. The oriole is the school's mascot. [map]

Billie Bluejay
Omaha, NE
This six-foot-tall, bronze Billy Bluejay statue was created by Matthew Placzek. It was installed in 2004 in front of Creighton University's Morrison Stadium. Billy is the school's mascot. For more, see this website. [map]

Omar, NY
These three Crows were created by Will Salisbury in 2001. The crows are located on the southbound side of I-81. They about 11 feet tall and made of steel. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Palo Alto, CA
These Crows were created by Sylvi Herrick in 2019. The three sculptures traveled as a mobile art installation on a flatbed truck from Florida to Palo Alto, stopping along the way. They are now installed in front of a residence. For more, see this website. [map]

Belgrade, MN
Ravendon, AR
This Crow in Belgrade is 18 feet tall and was installed here in 1988. The statue was produced by FAST Fiberglass. Belgrade is located in Crow County. For more, see this website. [map]

The first fiberglass Raven in Ravendon was erected in 1991. It was destroyed in a fire set by vandals. A second one was also destroyed by fire. This, the third one, was created with fireproof material. [map]

Huntsville, TX
This Raven sculpture was installed at Sam Houston State University in 2018. Sam Houston had the Cherokee name of "Black Raven." This stainless steel 21-foot-tall sculpture was created by Ed Wilson. For more, see this website. [map]

Old Crow
Camden, AR
This Old Crow statue is installed on a pole behind the Liquor Mart. I have not seen one of these statues anywhere else but I assume that they were mass-produced for liquor stores. Old Crow is a Kentucky bourbon whiskey. This character is displayed on the company's bottles and advertising. For more, see this website. [map]

More Crows:
Farmington, MI [map]
Mound, MN
Auburn, WA
Blairmore, AB: 1, 2 [map]

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