The Wyoming flag is the silhouette of an American bison in a blue field, surrounded by a white-red frame. The seal of Wyoming stands in the bison. The colors of the flag are blue, red and white. The size of the Wyoming flag is 7:10. The Wyoming flag was adopted in 1917. The first use of the current design was in 1917. The last change to the current design of the Wyoming flag was in 1917.
The Wyoming flag is the flag of the state of Wyoming. Wyoming is located on the continent of North America. Wyoming has 6 neighbors. Wyoming has the following neighboring states: Montana, Idaho, Utah, South Dakota, Nebraska and Colorado.
563 626 people live in Wyoming, a state with an area of 253 335 km² (0.7% water). The population density in Wyoming is 3 inhabitants per km². The official language in Wyoming is English. The capital of Wyoming is Cheyenne. Wyoming is divided into executive, judicial and legislative departments.
The currency in Wyoming is the U.S. dollar (USD). UTC (default time) in Wyoming is UTC-07:00 and UTC-06:00 in summer.
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