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Wyoming became the 44th state on July 7, 1890
The population of the State of Wyoming is 493,782 residents
according to the 1990 census
The Capitol is Cheyenne, a city of 50,000 residents located in the southeast
corner of the state.
The state bird is the Meadowlark with it's lovely song echoing across the high
The state flower is the Indian Paintbrush which is found mostly in the higher
altitudes of the mountains.
Wyoming encompasses 97,914 square miles in area.
The state mammal is the Bison, an animal which roamed this land in the millions
many years ago and who live here today, though not in large numbers.
The state tree is the hearty Cottonwood.
The average rainfall in Wyoming is 14.5 inches
Above are some statistics about Wyoming, but the bottom line is that it is a
great state in which to live and raise a family and all things considered, I wouldn't live anywhere else!
A couple of the native antelope
A sight to be seen here in Carbon County!
|Here is a link for those of you interested in information on hunting and fishing from the State of Wyoming Game and Fish Commission!|
|In Wyoming, the prefix shown on each license plate gives information which many people other than Wyomingites may not know. On each plate, there is a prefix number followed by the bucking horse symbol and then the plate number itself. This prefix number indicates which county issued the license plate. In the following table, prefix digit on the left (1-23) and it's corresponding County and County Seat on the right side. In the future, when you see a car with a Wyoming license plate, you will also know the county in which the occupants live, not earth-shattering knowledge but perhaps an interesting observation.|
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|Click here for a complete listing of all|
elected officials in the State of Wyoming.