Newfoundland and Labrador - Provincial Symbols

Provincial Symbols

Provincial symbols
Official flower Purple Pitcher Plant
Official tree Black Spruce
Official bird Atlantic Puffin
Official horse Newfoundland pony
Official animal Caribou
Official game bird Ptarmigan
Official mineral Labradorite
Official dogs Newfoundland Dog and
Labrador Retriever
Provincial anthem Ode to Newfoundland
Provincial holiday June 24, Discovery Day
Patron saint John the Baptist
Official tartan
Great seal
Coat of arms
Provincial wordmark

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