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What states have wildlife themed license plates?

Living in a state with a lot of tourist activity I enjoy checking out where people are from by looking at their license plates. It's getting hard to tell quickly though as every state has so many different ones now.

Wildlife plates are the ones I'm most interested in. Colorado doesn't really have one unless you count the raptor plate. We have a ton of different stuff but nothing hunting or game animal related. What states have plates that do? I know there are some out there.

These are the type of plates I run on my vehicles now for a very just cause. I have rarely seen them on another vehicle and they have been available for quite a few years now.

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Arkansas has bear, elk, deer,

Arkansas has bear, elk, deer, duck, turkey, trout, and maybe even the rare woodpecker allegedly spotted in the state.

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I beleive Oklahoma had a

I beleive Oklahoma had a bowhunter on theirs.  If I am correct I thought Montana had a Elk on theirs.  Since I live in Colorado and we have not wildlife plates...excedpt I thought we had one that had something to do with Protection of animals...I run the Denver Bronco Plates.

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Sorry the Colorado Plates

Sorry the Colorado Plates read Repects Wildlife and have to do with a Raptor Club.

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in Oregon we have a few

in Oregon we have a few different plates, we have the standard issue plates with MT hood and a tree on it. Then we have the Salmon plates which some of the fee for those goes to salmon habitat. we also have a crater lake plate and a cultural plate, all of the special plates cost a bit more and some of the money goes to there respective cause. its kinda neat and an extra way to get money for parks and wildlife. I think its a good thing.

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In Montana we have about

In Montana we have about forty different plates to choose from some include: grizzly, black bear, elk, trout, and I believe antelope.

 

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