The tulip tree (liriodendron tulipifera) is hereby adopted and designated as the official state tree, and the flower of the peony (Paeonie) is hereby adopted and designated as the official state flower of the state of Indiana.

What is the state bird and flower of Indiana?

Species

Type Symbol Adopted
Bird Northern cardinal (Cardinalis cardinalis) 1933
Flower Peony (Paeonia) 1957
Fossil Mastodon (Mammut americanum) 2022
Insect Say’s firefly (Pyractomena angulata) 2018

What is our state animal?

California grizzly bear

The California grizzly bear (Ursus californicus) was designated official State Animal in 1953.

What is our state bird and flower?

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Title Symbol
State bird ನೀಲಕಂಠ ಪಕ್ಷಿ Indian roller (Coracias indica)
State butterfly Southern birdwing (Troides minos)
State fish Carnatic carp (Puntius carnaticus)
State flower Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera)

What is Indiana state fish?

The Largemouth Bass is a stunning fish that is the state fish of Indiana.

What are 3 things Indiana is famous for?

The Hoosier State brought the nation Larry Bird, the gas pump and the first professional baseball game.

What is Indiana’s state food?

sugar cream pie

Indiana. The Hoosier State is proud of its sugar cream pie! This official state pie is made with ingredients people almost always have on hand, which also explains its nickname—”desperation pie.”

What is Indiana’s flower?

The peony (Paeonia) was adopted as the state flower by the 1957 General Assembly (Indiana Code 1-2-7). From 1931 to 1957 the zinnia was the state flower. The peony blooms the last of May and early June in various shades of red and pink and also in white; it occurs in single and double forms.

What is our state tree?

Table

State federal district or territory State tree Year
California Coast Redwood 1937
Giant Sequoia
Colorado Colorado Blue Spruce 1939
Connecticut White Oak (See Also: Charter) 1947

What is Indiana state leaf?

A tuliptree, the state tree of Indiana. Photo provided by Rosie Lerner, Purdue Extension. If you’ve ever had to work on a tree leaf collection, no doubt you included a leaf from Indiana’s state tree. Also known as tulip poplar and yellow poplar, the tuliptree is actually not a poplar at all.

What are 3 things Indiana is famous for?

The Hoosier State brought the nation Larry Bird, the gas pump and the first professional baseball game.

What is Indiana state nickname?

For well over a century and a half the people of Indiana have been called Hoosiers. It is one of the oldest of state nicknames and has had a wider acceptance than most.

What is our state bird called?

The California quail

California. The California quail is one of the only officially designated state bird that actually has the state’s full name as part of its own name (the Rhode Island Red Chicken also fits this description).

Why it is called Indiana in USA?

Indiana’s name means “Land of the Indians”, or simply “Indian Land”. It also stems from Indiana’s territorial history. On May 7, 1800, the United States Congress passed legislation to divide the Northwest Territory into two areas and named the western section the Indiana Territory.

What language did Indiana speak?

The English language is adopted as the official language of the state of Indiana. As added by P.L.1-1984, SEC. 1.

Does Indiana speak Spanish?

Indiana is also home to a large number of people who speak other non-English languages, but this population segment grew slowly in the 1990s. With the rapid increase in the state’s Hispanic population over the previous decade, Spanish speakers now outnumber all other non-English speakers in Indiana (see Figure 1).