Iowa has no official national State Animal Iowa. Iowa has an official state bird. Eastern Goldfinch Bird is the state bird of Iowa State. The U.S. state of Iowa has five official symbols. Those symbols are designated by the Iowa Legislature. These include the state seal, state flower wild rose as the state flower, eastern goldfinch (also known as the wild canary) as the state bird, the oak tree as the state tree, and the geode as the state rock.
While Iowa does not have a state animal, the state does have a state bird, the Eastern Goldfinch. Iowa is one of five states in the United States that, as of 2014, does not have an official State Animal Iowa. If you know more about their state animal or state symbol, please share that information with us.