Now Wyoming’s state flag has the silhouette of the American Bison with a red border symbolizing the Native Americans and the pioneers’ blood. The white color on the flag means purity and uprightness while blue being the color of the skies as well as distant mountains. Overall, the flag is a sign of virility, justice, and fidelity with the bison as the local fauna and the seal inside the silhouette means how livestock is branded. A landlocked state in the western United States, Wyoming is bordered by Montana to the north and northwest, South Dakota and Nebraska to the east, Colorado to the south, Utah to the southwest, and Idaho to the west.
The name of the state comes from “mecheweamiing” Native American for “at the big plains”. It has three interesting nicknames that are: The Equality State, The Cowboy State, and Big Wyoming. State motto is Equal rights, the Cutthroat Trout is the state fish, Plains Cottonwood being the state tree, Indian Paintbrush is the state flower, the state reptile is the Horned Toad, Jade is the state gem and Western Meadowlark is the state bird. They have 5 national forests, 2 national parks, and 16 state parks. More Wyoming Flag questions are answered here.
Here at Star Spangled Flags we only use top quality materials in the flags that we make to ensure they last long and that flying them would show one’s patriotism and the huge love for this great nation we call home.