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Connecticut: Robin and Mountain Laurel Connecticut: Robin and Mountain Laurel Massachusetts: Black-Capped Chickadee and Mayflower Massachusetts: Black-Capped Chickadee and Mayflower
New York: Eastern Bluebird and Rose New York: Eastern Bluebird and Rose Arizona: Cactus Wren and Saguaro Cactus Blossom Arizona: Cactus Wren and Saguaro Cactus Blossom
Aquarium FishAquarium Fish Garden Flowers Garden Flowers
King Penguins Wild Animals: King Penguins Flamingo Wild Animals: Flamingo
Black Widow Insects and Spiders: Black Widow Pacific Coast Rain Forest Nature of America: Pacific Coast Rain Forest
Dinosaurs The World of Dinosaurs  

 

Flora and Fauna

Graced with an abundance of life, nature stamps are some of the most popular issuances in the American commemorative program. These stamps regularly showcase the plants and animals of various states and regions, commemorate the creation of vital wildlife refuges, and raise awareness about the importance of protecting endangered species.

The U.S. Postal Service is honored to feature artwork by some of our country’s most talented wildlife artists. Passionate about every detail, these artists discover new elements of beauty in the natural world, offering perspectives that even the best photographers cannot capture. Sometimes they even provide glimpses of idealized scenes, an approach that makes these stamps as enlightening as they are exquisite.

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