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New Mexico Souvenirs | New Mexico State Bear | New Mexico Stuffed Bear
New Mexico was the 47th state in the USA. It became a state on January 6, 1912. Mostly populated by Hispanics and Native Americans, New Mexico’s flag represents both cultures. Dating back to the 11th-13th century is the Aztec Ruins National Monument, which is located in northwestern New Mexico. They were built by the Anasazi. Below you can see all of the available New Mexico Stuffed Bears, and its major city of Albuquerque. Our plush bears are manufactured by Symbolz®, Souvies®, and Peace Pals®. Choose your favorite New Mexico State Bear and New Mexico souvenirs and add them to your cart.
New Mexico Roadrunner | New Mexico Souvenirs | State Souvenirs This brown New Mexico roadrunner travel souvenir stuffed animal is embroidered with its state name, replacing the “C” with a red chili pepper. They are the state of New Mexico’s state bird and members of the cuckoo family. They prefer to walk or run instead of […]
New Mexico Kokopelli | New Mexico Souvenirs | State Souvenirs This orange and purple New Mexico Kokopelli travel souvenir stuffed animal is embroidered with its state name in red and purple. The “O” in Mexico is replaced with a sun. Shown as a humpbacked flute player, the Kokopelli represents the American Southwest. He is a symbol […]