Flag of Wyoming

Flag of Wyoming

The flag has a blue field bordered by white and red, with a bison in the center. The bison bears the state seal, which includes symbols of the livestock and mining industries, and two men representing labor. The red border symbolizes the Native American people and the blood of pioneers who gave their lives, the white is for purity and uprightness, and the blue for fidelity, justice, and virility.

Colors: Red Blue White

Attributes: One star Five-pointed star Star Circle Animal Text People US state

Continent: North America

Capital: Cheyenne