15 Fast Facts about Wyoming
Wyoming is the 10th largest state by area in the United States but it is also the least populous state in the country. Home to Yellowstone National Park, the jackalope, and two of the largest coal mines in the world – here are 15 fast facts about Wyoming.
Fast Facts about Wyoming:
- Capital: Cheyenne
- U.S. State Abbreviation: WY
- Admission to Statehood: July 10, 1890
- # State to Enter Union: 44th
- Time Zone(s): Mountain
- Nickname: The Equality State
- Largest City: Cheyenne
- Number of Representatives:
- Bird: Western Meadowlark
- Flower: Indian Paintbrush
- Flag Colors: Red, White, and Blue
- Demonym: Wyomingite
- Border States: Montana, Idaho, Utah, Colorado, Nebraska, and South Dakota
- Population (2020): 581,348; Rank: 50 of 50
- Motto/Slogan: Equal Rights
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