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Last Updated: May 23rd, 2010 - 21:01:09

 


Symbols for Alabama: Living Symbols (Animals and Fauna)
By Nora Kirkeby
Aug 15, 2006, 10:48 PST



State Animals, State Birds, State Fish, and State Insects

Alabama State Amphibian
Alabama's state amphibian is the Red Hills salamander. Learn all about this rare and endangered species.
Source:Alabama Forestry Commission

Photo by Dave Menke, from the NCTC Image Library, courtesy of the National U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Digital Library System
Alabama State Bird
Learn about the life and history of the Northern Flicker (Yellowhammer).
Source: South Alabama Birding Association ~ courtesy of the WayBack Machine

Alabama State Bird (Northern Flicker)
Complete with large photos, this helpful site covers the characteristics, habitat, diet, life cycle, and behavior of the Northern Flicker.
Source: New Hampshire Public Television

Alabama State Butterfly
Check out information on the eastern tiger swallowtail. This site has easy to use infromation and great large photos.
Source: New Hampshire Public Television

Eastern Alabama State Butterfly (Tiger Swallowtail)
This has good information on the tiger swallowtail. The window will appear as a pop-up source rather than a link.
Source: National Wildlife Federation

Alabama State Bird and Flower Coloring Page
Print and color this beautiful coloring page to make your report easier and beautiful.
Source:Friends Across America

Photo by Eric Engbretson, from the Washington DC Library, courtesy of the National U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Digital Library System
Alabama State Freshwater Fish
Lean all about the characteristics and habitat of Alabama's largemouth bass. For a bigger photo that you can use in your report, click "375 kb picture" near the top of the page, just over the header "Largemouth Bass."

Source: Outdoor Alabama

Alabama State Fish (Largemouth Bass)This has good information on the largemouth bass. The window will appear as a pop-up source rather than a link.
Source: National Wildlife Federation

Alabama State Saltwater Fish
Learn about the legislature that adopted the fighting tarpon as the state fish.
Source: Alabama Department of Archives & History

Alabama State Insect
This page includes everything from the monarch butterfly's lifestyle, to what it eats, and includes pictures of the monarch butterfly at all stages of its life.
Source: In conjunction between The National Biological Information Infrascructure and Montana State University

Alabama State Insect (Coloring Page)
Color in this beautiful coloring page for a beautiful addition to your state report.
Source: National Geographic

Alabama State Insect (Monarch)
This has good information on the monarch buttterfly. The window will appear as a pop-up source rather than a link.
Source: National Wildlife Federation

Alabama State Saltwater Fish (Tarpon Fish)
This has good information on the tarpon fish. The window will appear as a pop-up source rather than a link.
Source: National Wildlife Federation

Photo by Gray M. Stolz, from the Washington DC Library, courtesy of the National U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Digital Library System
Alabama State Game Bird
Learn about the wild turkey, whose threatened life, gave it an Alabama position.
Source: ADAH Kids

Alabama State Game Bird (Wild Turkey)
This has good information on the wild turkey. The window will appear as a pop-up source rather than a link.
Source:National Wildlife Federation

Alabama State Game Bird (Wild Turkey)This has good information on the wild turkey. The window will appear as a pop-up source rather than a link.
Source: National Wildlife Federation

Alabama State Horse
The racking horse is Alabama's state horse. For information on the special horse breed that’s been adopted by Alabama, this site has great information. Complete with an article on its adoption and a breed fact sheet, it's incredibly interesting for horse-lovers and curious people alike.
Source: Decatur, Morgan County

Photo by T.E. Graham from the Washington DC Library, courtesy of the National U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Digital Library System
Alabama State Insect
Learn about Alabama’s state insect the Monarch Butterfly. This fantastic site, with large vibrant photos, is a great resource.
Source: New Hampshire Public Television

Alabama State Insect (Monarch Butterfly)
This has good information on the monarch butterfly. The window will appear as a pop-up source rather than a link.
Source: National Wildlife Federation

Alabama State Reptile
Alabama's state reptile is the red-bellied turtle, and this great site includes a description of the turtle, its habitat, and information on its native counties.
Source: Private Forest Management Team





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