The Idaho state quarter coloring page shows an image of the quarter issued in 2007 that representes the state of Idaho.
Idaho chose the peregrine falcon and an outline of the state as images for its design. The words "Esto Perpetua" make up the state's motto, which
is Latin for "May it be Forever." These words appear on the state seal, adopted in 1891.
The peregrine falcon is one of the fastest-flying birds in the world. It was once on the endangered species list, but because it has been
protected, it can now be found throughout Idaho and most of the country. Although the state bird is the mountain bluebird, the peregrine
falcon is the state raptor (bird of prey), chosen in 2004. At the time of this writing, Idaho is the only state that has a state raptor.