Montana is a state in the Western United States. Montana covers 147,046 square miles, making it the fourth largest of the 50 states right after Alaska, Texas, and California.
Flag: Within the seal, a plow, shovel, and pick rest in a field in front of the Great Falls of the Missouri River. The ribbon contains the state motto, "Oro y plata" (Spanish for: "Gold and silver"). The current flag was adopted in 1905, and the word "Montana" above the seal was added in 1981. In 1985, the flag was again modified to specify the font used in "Montana.
Tree: ponderosa pine (1949)
Stones: sapphire and agate (1969)
Bird: Western meadowlark (1981)
The meadowlark was chosen as the State bird of Montana in 1930 by a vote of the school children of the state.
Butterfly: Mourning Cloak
Fish: Blackspotted Cutthroat Trout
United States quarter dollar - Montana 2007
Flower: bitterroot (1895)
Mammal: Grizzly Bear