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The Mockingbirds is the Florida state bird. These birds have grayish upper feathers and white under feathers. They have a distinct patch of white on their wings and tails. Mockingbirds are omnivores. They eat beetles, bees, wasps, and grasshoppers. Mockingbirds also eat fruit.
Mockingbirds live in landscapes near houses like gardens. You can find them in wooded areas. The live in most of the United States.
the mockingbirds i spotted made a nest and the female laid her eggs. they soon will hatch!