New Mexico's state bird is the roadrunner.
Roadrunners are 22 inches long (56 centimeters) and weigh 10.5 ounces (300 grams). They have long legs, beaks, and tail feathers.
They can run 20 miles per hour (32 km/h).
New Mexico's state flower is the yucca flower.
Yucca plants have long sword-shaped leaves. When they bloom, they produce large clusters of white flowers.
They are pollinated by yucca moths.
Pinon or Pinyon Tree
New Mexico's state tree is the pinon or pine nut tree. Pinon is also spelled pinyon.
Pinon trees produce nuts, and they live for more than 150 years.
The needles on pinon trees are 1.2 to 2 inches long.