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Alabama State Symbols

Designation Symbol / Emblem
Alabama State Bird Yellowhammer (Colaptes auratus)
Alabama State Butterfly Eastern Tiger Swallowtail
Alabama State Flag Alabama State Flag
Alabama State Flower Camellia (Camellia japonica L)
Alabama State Fossil Basilosaurus cetoides
Freshwater Fish Largemouth Bass (Micropterus punctulatus)
Alabama State Fruit Blackberry (Rubus, R. occidentalis)
Game Bird Wild Turkey
Gemstone Star Blue Quartz
Historic Theatre Alabama Theatre for the Performing Arts ( Web site )
Alabama State Horse Racking Horse
Horse Show The Alabama Championship Horse Show
Horseshoe Tournament Stockton Fall Horseshoe Tournament
Alabama State Insect Monarch Butterfly
Alabama State Mascot Eastern Tiger Swallowtail
Mineral Red Iron Ore (Hematite)
Nut Alabama State Pecan
Outdoor Drama William Gibson's The Miracle Worker ( Web site )
Outdoor Musical Drama The Incident at Looney's Tavern
Quilt Pine Burr Quilt
Renaissance Faire Florence Renaissance Faire ( Web site )
Reptile Red-Bellied Turtle (Pseudemys alabamensis)
Rock Marble
Saltwater Fish Tarpon (Tarpon atlanticus)
Shell Johnstone's Junonia (Scaphella junonia johnstoneae)
Alabama State Soil Bama Soil Series
Alabama State Song Alabama words by Julia S. Tutwiler and music by Edna Gockel-Gussen
Alabama State Spirit Conecuh Ridge Alabama Fine Whiskey
Alabama State Tree Southern Longleaf Pine (Pinus palustris Miller)
Alabama State wild flower Oak-leaf Hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia BartrL)


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