Светлопёрый судак Американская палия Вермонт / Рыба-символ штата Vermont named two official state fish by Joint Resolution of the Vermont General Assembly in 1978 and statute in 2011: the cold-water fish, the brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) and the warm-water fish, the walleye (Sander vitreous vitreous). The state tree is the sugar maple (Acer saccharum), effective in 1949.
Maple is the flavor of Vermont. For centuries the settlers here have harvested sap each spring from maple trees on hillsides and boiled it down to maple syrup or sugar.
|State federal district or territory||State tree||Binomial nomenclature|
|New Jersey||Northern Red Oak||Quercus rubra|
|New Mexico||Piñon Pine||Pinus edulis|
|New York||Sugar Maple||Acer saccharum|
Landlocked Atlantic salmon can be found in several of Vermont’s cold, clear and well-oxygenated lakes including Lake Dunmore, Lake Champlain and Lake Memphramagog. Other salmon fisheries include Lake Willoughby, Seymour Lake and Harriman Reservoir.
It was one of the first states to outlaw slavery. It is the second smallest state by population (after Wyoming). Ben and Jerry’s ice cream began at a gas station in Burlington, Vermont. Vermont is the home of maple syrup.
Eastern White Pine Eastern white pines are a common conifer—or evergreen tree—in Vermont. They can grow very tall, which makes a safe nesting site for birds, including bald eagles. Eastern white pines have five needles per cluster.
Red maple, in the North, is the most common tree found in U.S. forests followed closely by Loblolly pine, the most commonly planted tree, in the South. These 10 species account for 39% of all trees.
The sugar maple is the state tree of the US states of New York, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
State Trees Alabama. Southern Longleaf Pine. Sitka Spruce. Palo Verde. Pine. California Redwood. Colorado Blue Spruce. The Charter Oak. Scarlet Oak.