Idaho State Symbols, Emblems, and Mascots
Idaho Symbols, Idaho Emblems, and Idaho Mascots
Browse the state's symbols; state animal, state bird, state flower, state flag, state fossil, state insect, state motto, state seal, state tree, color, dance, fish, mammal, music, nut, reptile seal, and miscellaneous designations, emblems, and mascot of each state with pictures. Find origin of the state name. View the state almanacs, state timelines and peruse state facts and stats such as the capitol, location, and date admitted to the union.
Idaho Symbols, Emblems, and Mascots
|Bird||Mountain Bluebird (Sialia arctcia) February 28, 1931|
|Fish||Cutthroat Trout (Salmo clarki) April 5, 1990|
|Flag||State Flag, March 12, 1907|
|Flower||Syringa (Philadelphus lewisii) 1931|
|Folk Dance||Square Dance, March 17, 1989|
|Fossil||Hagerman Horse Fossil (Equus simplicidens) originally described as (Plesippus shoshonensis) March 16, 1988|
|Fruit||Huckleberry (Vaccinium membranaceum) February 14, 2000|
|Gem||Star Garnet (Quartz) February 25, 1967|
|Horse||Appaloosa (Equus caballus) March 25, 1975|
|Insect||Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus) March 31, 1992|
|Motto||"Esto Perpetua" (Let it be perpetual) March 14, 1891|
|Seal||Great Seal, March 14, 1891; 1957|
|Song||"Here We Have Idaho" March 11, 1931
Music by Sallie Hume Douglas,
Verses by Albert J.Tompkins,
Chorus by McKinley Helm
|Tree||White Pine (Pinus Monticola pinaceae) February 13, 1935|
|Vegetable||Potato, July 01, 2002|
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