Montana

What is the State Flowers of Montana?

Lewisia rediviva or Bitterroot is the State flower of Montana. It is commonly known as Bitterroot or American Bitterroot. French trappers knew the plant as racine amère (bitter root). Native American called it including spetlum / sp̓eƛ̓m̓ or spetlem (‘hand peeled’) nakamtcu (Ktanxa: naqam¢u), and mo’ôtáa-heséeo’ôtse (Cheyenne, “black medicine”), which is comes from the Portulacaceae...

What Is The State Tree of Montana?

Ponderosa Pine is the State Tree of Montana. Pinus ponderosa is the scientific name of Ponderosa Pine and it is commonly known as Ponderosa Pine. It is also known as Western Yellow Pine, Bull, Black Jack, Western Red, Sierra Brownback, Heavy, and Western Pitch. Pinus are the genus of the Ponderosa Pine and P. ponderosa...

What is the State Animal of Montana?

Grizzly Bear is the official state animal of Montana. Grizzly Bear was entitled as the Montana’s state animal in 1953. Ursus arctos horribilis is the scientific name of Grizzly Bear. It is commonly known as North American brown bear or brown bear or Golden bear. On April 7, 1983, the Governor Ted Schwinden signed the...

What is the Montana State Bird?

The western meadowlark is the state bird of Montana. The western meadowlark was selected as the official state bird of Montana in 1931. The Western meadowlark is a very well-known songbird of open country across the western two-thirds of North America.The western meadowlark is in the same family as orioles and blackbirds. The adult western...