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Wyoming Trivia Quiz Questions And Answers

Trivia quiz about the state of Wyoming.

 

Wyoming Trivia Quiz Questions And Answers

Of all the states, Wyoming is the least what?
A: Populous.

What is the Wyoming State tree?
A:  Plains Cottonwood.

What city is the capital of the state of Wyoming?
A: Cheyenne.

What is the Wyoming State emblem?
A:  Bucking Horse and Rider.

Wyoming has one public four-year institution, the University of Wyoming in Laramie, and how many two-year community colleges ?
A: Seven.

Population wise, what is the largest city in Wyoming?
A: Cheyenne.

Wyoming has borders along only straight latitudinal and longitudinal lines, rather than being defined by what?
A: Natural landmarks.

 

The Wind River Indian Reservation is jointly owned by what two Indian Tribes?
A:  Shoshone  and Arapaho .

What state borders Wyoming on the north?
A: Montana.

What is the Wyoming State sport?
A:  Rodeo.

What is the name of the only other state besides Wyoming that is not served by Amtrak?
A: South Dakota.

What is the Wyoming State song?
A:  Wyoming.

Which 2 US States  border Wyoming on the east?
A: South Dakota and Nebraska.

What is the name of the biggest airport in the state of Wyoming?
A: The Jackson Hole Airport.

 

What is the Wyoming State soil?
A:  Forkwood.

On the south Wyoming is bordered by  what state?
A: Colorado.

More federal tax dollars per capita in aid flows into Wyoming than any other state except which state?
A:  Alaska.

What is the Wyoming State seal?
A:  Great Seal of the State of Wyoming.

What state borders Wyoming on the southwest ?
A:  Utah.

What is the Wyoming State dinosaur?
A: Triceratops.

Which U.S. State borders the State of Wyoming on the west?
A:  Idaho.

 

What is the Wyoming State reptile?
A:  Horned lizard.

In area, Wyoming  is the 10th biggest state with how many square miles of area?
A:  97,814.

What is the Wyoming State fish?
A:  Cutthroat trout .

How many counties does Wyoming have?
A:  23.

What is the Wyoming State motto?
A:  Equal Rights.

What is the distance in miles from Wyoming's northern border to the southern border?
A: 276.

How wide is the state at its widest east to west point in miles?
A: 365.

 

What is the Wyoming State gemstone?
A:  Wyoming nephrite jade.

In the state of Wyoming, the Great Plains meet the what?
A:  Rocky Mountains.

What is the highest surface elevation found in the state of Wyoming?
A:  The summit of Gannett Peak in the Wind River Mountain Range, at 13,804.

What is the Wyoming State mammal?
A:  American Bison.

Located in Grand Teton National Park,  what the second highest peak in Wyoming?
A: The Grand Teton.

What is the Wyoming State grass?
A:  Western Wheatgrass.

More than 48% How much of the land in the state of Wyoming is owned by the Federal Government?
A: Over 48%.

 

How much of Wyoming's land is owned by the state government?
A:  6%, or another 3,864,800 acres .

What is the Wyoming State fossil?
A:  Knightia.

What is the highest recorded temperature for Wyoming?
A:  114 °F at Basin on July 12, 1900.

What is the lowest recorded temperature in the state of Wyoming?
A:  −66 °F at Riverside on February 9, 1933.

Yellowstone National Park became the world's first national park in what year?
A: 1872.

What is the Wyoming State flag?
A:  Flag of the State of Wyoming.

Wyoming's Governor John Allen Campbell extended the right to vote to women, making Wyoming the first U.S. state to grant suffrage to women on what date?
A: On December 10, 1869.

 

In 1924, Wyoming became the first state to elect a what?
A: Woman governor, Nellie Tayloe Ross, who took office in January 1925.

Wyoming's state nickname is "The Equality State", and the official state motto is what?
A: "Equal Rights".

The United States admitted Wyoming was admitted into the Union as the 44th state on what date?
A:  July 10, 1890.

The Census Bureau estimates that the population of Wyoming was how many people  on July 1, 2013?
A: 582,658.

The main drivers behind Wyoming’s economy are the mineral industry and the what?
A: Travel and tourism sector.

What is the Wyoming State coin?
A:  Sacagawea dollar.

In 2002, how many people visited Wyoming’s national parks and monuments?
A: more than six million people.

 

How many visitors does  Yellowstone National Park receive per annum?
A: Over three million.

What is the Wyoming State flower?
A:  Wyoming Indian paintbrush.

As far as energy goes, Wyoming is the largest producer of "what" in the U.S.
A: coal .

Wyoming ranked 2nd nationwide for the production of what in 2007?
A: natural gas production.

Wyoming has the world's largest known reserve of what mineral ?
A: Trona.

What is the Wyoming State bird?
A:  Western Meadowlark .