Oregon

What is the State Flower of Oregon?

The Oregon grape or Mahonia is the state flower of Oregon. Its scientific name is Mahonia aquifolium. It belongs to the Berberidaceae family. Mahonia Nutt. Barberry is the genus of the Oregon grape and its species is A. tridentate, which synonyms are Berberis aquifolium, Berberis aquifolium, Berberis fascicularis, Berberis fasciculata, Berberis pinnata, Mahonia diversifolia, Odostemon...

What Is The State Tree of Oregon?

Douglas fir is the State Tree of Oregon. Pseudotsuga menziesii is the scientific name of Douglas fir and it is commonly known as Red-fir, Oregon-pine, Douglas-spruce, Coast Douglas fir and pi in the Spanish language. Pseudotsuga is the genus of the Douglas fir and P. menziesii is its species. Oregon’s State tree Douglas fir belongs...

What is the State Animal of Oregon?

Beaver is the official state animal of Oregon. Beaver was entitled to the official Oregon state animal in 1969. Castor canadensis is the scientific name of Beaver. It is commonly known as North American beaver, also called the Canadian beaver, American beaver, or beaver, which is native to Canada, greatly in the United States, states...

What is the Oregon State Bird?

The western meadowlark is the state bird of Oregon. The western meadowlark was selected as the official state bird of Oregon in 1927. 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...