Alaska & Nativar Native Plants

                               State Symbols

State Bird Flower Tree
Alaska Willow Ptarmigan Forget-Me-Not Sitka Spruce

Alaska’s state bird is the Willow Ptarmigan, a resilient bird that changes its plumage with the seasons, mirroring Alaska's dynamic nature. Alaska's state flower, the Forget-Me-Not, represents enduring love and remembrance amidst the state's breathtaking wilderness. The Sitka Spruce, Alaska's state tree, towers over its landscapes, symbolizing longevity and endurance in the face of harsh climates.