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Wyoming State Symbols

Each state in the United States of America is unique. The people and legislature of Wyoming have selected the following state symbols to represent their state's individual environment and culture.

The Wyoming State Seal

[Image of The Wyoming State Seal]

The 50 State Seals

The Wyoming State Flag

[Image of The Wyoming State Flag]

The Wyoming state flag displays a bison on a blue field bordered in white and red.

The state seal branded on the bison. The woman represents the state motto "Equal Rights" and the two men represent cattle ranchers and miners. The words "Livestock", "Mines", "Grains" and "Oil" represent Wyoming's wealth. The eagle and shield show support for the United States. The dates 1869 and 1890 tell when Wyoming organized as a territory of the United States and when it became a state.

The 50 State Flags

Other State Symbols

  • Bird: Western Meadowlark
  • Dinosaur: Triceratops
  • Fish: Cutthroat Trout
  • Flower: Indian Paintbrush
  • Fossil: Knightia
  • Gemstone: Jade
  • Grass: Western Wheatgrass
  • Mammal: American Bison
  • Motto: Equal Rights
  • Nickname: The Equality State
  • Reptile: Horned Toad
  • Slogan: Like No Place on Earth
  • Soil: Forkwood
  • Song: Wyoming
  • Tree: Plains Cottonwood

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