The U.S. Mint's bicentennial commemmorative quarter for Idaho features a peregrine falcon (the state raptor of Idaho); a map of Idaho with a star indicating the location of Boise (state capital); Idaho's state motto "Esto Perpetua" (Let it be perpetual); and the year Idaho became a state (1890). Public domain image on Wikipedia.
Esto Perpetua - Let it be perpetual
The state motto of Idaho is the Latin phrase "Esto perpetua," which means "Let it be perpetual." Idaho's motto appears on the state quarter, the great seal and Idaho's state flag.