Monthly Archives: July 2018

State Saltwater Fish of Alabama

The Fighting Tarpon is the official state saltwater Fish symbol of Alabama. Megalops atlanticus is the scientific name of the Alabama’s state saltwater fish symbol– The Fighting Tarpon. It is commonly known as the Atlantic tarpon and also calls Silver King, which is mainly found in the warm, shallow and coastal regions of both the...

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State Emblem of Alabama

A national/state emblem or symbol is the entity of a country or state. So each and every country or states have their own emblem. Alabama entered the Union in 1819, and then they have not their own emblem. In 1923 they made the state emblem of Alabama, which is legalize on 1939. The state emblem...

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What is The State Bird of Alabama:

The Northern flicker or Yellowhammer is the official state bird symbol of Alabama, which is scientifically known Colaptes auratus. Alabama’s state bird Northern flicker is commonly known as Yellowhammer. It is also called Clape, boreal flicker, common flicker, gilded woodpecker, Golden Winged Woodpecker, golden-winged woodpecker, Guadalupe flicker, Malherbe’s flicker, Mearns’ flicker, northwestern flicker, Pigeon Woodpecker, red-hammer,...

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STATE ENTHEM OF ALABAMA

The song “Alabama” is the official state song for the State of Alabama. The origin of the song brought from the poem “Alabama” written by a distinguished educator and humanitarian Julia Strudwick Tutwiler. It was composition by the great organist, and choirmaster Mrs. Edna Gockel Gussen from Birmingham, Alabama. The song “Alabama” was adopted by Alabama House...

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State Mammal of Alabama

American Black Bear or Black Bear is the official state mammal symbol of Alabama. Ursus americanus is the scientific name of Black Bear. Alabama’s official state mammal Black Bear is also known as American Black Bear. Traditionally, black bears commonly found in the range of North America. The present range of black bears in the...

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