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Learning About the U.S. State of Montana

Montana is known for its vast size, a sky that seems to stretch to forever, and rolling plains. Huge herds of cattle graze on the prairies. Montana has buffalo, too, and in the National Bison Range, on the Flathead Reservation, buffalo roam a 20,000-acre national wildlife refuge. The first white explorers to the area were from the Lewis and Clark Expedition. It joined the United States in 1889 as the 41st state.

The state name Montana comes from a Spanish word that means “mountainous”. In the western part of Montana, you’ll find the rugged Rocky Mountains. The state has two lovely national parks Glacier National Park with majestic peaks shaped by massive glacial ice and Yellowstone National Park with incredible scenery, waterfalls, geysers, and lakes.

  • Do bison make their home at the National Bison Range?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Does the state name Montana mean mountainous?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Was the Lewis and Clark Expedition the first time white explorers came to the territory?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Does the state have two national parks?

    • Yes
    • No
  • What is the state’s capital?

    • Whitefish
    • Helena
    • Great Falls
  • What is the state’s nickname?

    • Big Sky Country
    • Land of Bison
    • State of Great Beauty
  • What is the state song?

    • Under Montana Skies
    • Montana Home
    • Montana
  • What is the state flower?

    • Wild rose
    • Mountain flower
    • Bitterroot
  • What is the state bird?

    • Western meadowlark
    • Mountain thrush
    • Woodpecker
  • What is the state tree?

    • Grand oak
    • Ponderosa pine
    • Hemlock
  • What is the state animal?

    • Mountain lion
    • Timber wolf
    • Grizzly bear
  • What is the state fish?

    • Cutthroat trout
    • Mackerel
    • River salmon

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