Nevada

What Is The State Flowers of Nevada?

The Artemisia tridentata or Sagebrush is the state flower of Nevada. Its scientific name is Artemisia tridentate or Artemisia trifida. It belongs to the wormwood family Asteraceae. Artemisia is the genus of the Sagebrush and its species is A. tridentata. The Nevada’s state flower Artemisia tridentata is commonly known as Sagebrush, Big Sagebrush, Common Sagebrush,...

What Is The State Tree of Nevada?

Single-leaf pinyon is one of the State Tree of Nevada. Pinus monophylla is the scientific name of white pine and it is commonly known as Single Leaf Piñon, Single Leaf Pinyon Pine, Stone Pine, Pine Pinyon, also called pinyon, nut pine, one-leaf pine, and piñon in Spanish language. Pinus are the genus of the white...

What is the State Animal of Nevada?

Desert Bighorn Sheep is the official state animal of Nevada. Desert Bighorn Sheep was entitled as the official Nevada state animal in 1973. Ovis canadensis nelsoni is the scientific name of Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep. It is commonly known as Bighorn sheep, which are native to the United States and Mexico. Bighorn inhabit alpine meadows,...

What is the Nevada State Bird?

The mountain bluebird was titled as the official state bird of Nevada in 1967. The mountain bluebird is copious the mountains of Idaho. This lovely littlebird is found on farm land and other open regions of the American West. Nevada’s state bird the mountain bluebird favors more open habitats than the other bluebirds. They can...