What is the state bird of Utah?

What is the state bird of Utah?

A California gull
B Cactus wren
C Pigeon

The California gull became the state bird of the beehive state in 1955. Why did it earn this distinction? In 1848, Utah was invaded by swarms of Rocky Mountain crickets. The gulls swiftly swooped in, ate all the crickets and saved the state’s crops and farms.

The correct answer is California gull.

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