Hawaiian State Bird - Nene (Hawaiian Goose)
Hawaiian State Marine Mammal - Humpback Whale
State Mammal - Hawaiian Monk Seal
State Fish - Humuhumunukunukuapua`a
State Dance - The Hula was named the official state dance in 1999
State Flower - The pua aloalo, or yellow hibiscus, became the official state flower of Hawaii in 1988. Each island, however, also designates their own official flower:
- Hawai'i: red pua lehua ('ohi'a blossom)
- Maui: lokelani (pink Damask rose)
- O'ahu: pua 'ilima
- Kaua'i: mokihana berry
- Moloka'i - pua kukui (blossom of candlenut tree)
- Lana'i: kauna'oa (native dodder)
- Ni'ihau: pupu (tiny seashells)
Kaho'olawe: hinahina (native beach heliotrope)
These flowers are used to make traditional Hawaiian leis.
State Motto - "Ua Mau ke Ea o ka 'Āina i ka Pono," which means "The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness."
State Language - Native Hawaiian was recognized as the official state language of Hawaii in 1978.
Hawaii State Tree - Kukui (candlenut)
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