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List of Wyoming state symbols

The following is a list of symbols of the U.S. state of Wyoming.

State insignia

Type Symbol Image Adopted
Flag Flag of the State of Wyoming 1916
Motto Equal rights Equal rights 1869
Nickname The Equality State
Cowboy State
The Equality State
Cowboy State
1890
1974
Seal Great Seal of the State of Wyoming 1869
Slogan Like No Place on Earth
unofficial

Living symbols

Type Symbol Image Adopted
Mammal American Bison
Bison bison
1985
Bird Western Meadowlark
Sturnella neglecta
1927
Reptile Horned Toad
Phrynosoma
1993
Fish Cutthroat trout
Oncorhynchus clarki
1987
Flower Indian Paintbrush
Castilleja linariaefolia
1917
Grass Western Wheatgrass
Pascopyrum smithii
2007
Tree Plains Cottonwood
Populus sargentii
1947

Earth symbols

Type Symbol Image Adopted
Dinosaur Triceratops 1994
Fossil Knightia 1987
Gemstone Jade 1967
Soil Forkwood unofficial

Cultural symbols

Type Symbol Image Adopted
Sport Rodeo 2003
Songs Wyoming 1955

United States coin

Type Symbol Image Coined
Coin Sacagawea Dollar 2000 2004
Quarter dollar Wyoming Quarter 2007 2007
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