National symbols of Nicaragua are the symbols that are used in Nicaragua and abroad to represent the country and its people.
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... The national bird is the Guardabarranco ... shafts are longer than in other motmots Guardabarrancos can be seen in forests throughout Nicaragua, mostly in the southwest of the country ... Their habitat is not limited by city boundaries, as this bird can even be seen in Nicaragua's capital city, Managua ...
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“It is to be lamented that the principle of national has had very little nourishment in our country, and, instead, has given place to sectional or state partialities. What more promising method for remedying this defect than by uniting American women of every state and every section in a common effort for our whole country.”
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