This is a list of official symbols for the U.S. state of Illinois: State symbols. Seal of Illinois 1867. Flag of Illinois 1969. Illinois centennial flag 1918. Type, Symbol, Image, Law, Year adopted. Amphibian · Eastern tiger salamander ( Ambystoma tigrinum), Tiger salamander.jpg, 2005. Bird · Northern cardinal ( Cardinalis ...
Illinois designated white oak (Quercus alba) as the official state tree in 1973, the result of an Illinois schoolchildren poll (replaced native oak, adopted in 1908).
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Find details and a picture of the Illinois state native tree, the White Oak ( Fagaceae Quercus alba). Access Illinois other state symbols.
The eastern tiger salamander (Ambystoma tigrinum) was named Illinois' State Amphibian after a vote of Illinois citizens in 2004 and approval by the General Assembly ..... These insects gather in one place, like on a tree, to spend the cool fall night before flying on again the next morning after the temperature begins to rise.
In 1907, Illinois schoolchildren voted to select the state tree and the state flower. They selected the Native Oak and the Violet. The General Assembly approved a bill to make these selections official in 1908.
Fluorite, State Prairie Grass Big Bluestem. White-tailed Deer, Drummer Silty Clay Loam. State Animal White Tailed Deer. State Soil Drummer Silty Clay Loam. Violet, Cardinal. State Flower Violet, State Bird Cardinal. Bluegill, Eastern Painted Turtle. State Fish Bluegill, State Reptile Painted Turtle. White Oak. State Tree
Illinois State Tree - White Oak - Quercus alba. White Oak Fagaceae Quercus alba . Leaf: Alternate, simple, oblong to ovate in shape, pinnately veined with an evenly lobed margin, 4 to 7 inches long. The apex is rounded and the base is wedge-shaped. Leaves are hairless, bright green above and whitish below. Flower: Male ...
Official Illinois state symbols and emblems. Complete information about the official state symbols, songs, and emblems and their adoption.