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The Wyoming State Flag design was adopted by the State Legislature on January 31st, 1917. The design features a Bison silhouette with the Great Seal of the State of Wyoming emblazon thereon, against a field of blue with white and red borders. The blue background color of the flag represents the sky and the distant mountains. Blue also symbolizes fidelity and justice, while red is for the native Americans and the blood that was shed by the early pioneers to settle the land. White symbolizes purity and uprightness. The bison silhouette serves as a reminder that the animal once dominated the great plains of the state and the state seal appearing on the bison represents the custom of branding livestock by the people of Wyoming.