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Above: Wolf Wallpaper: A lone wolf howls at the winter moon, somewhere in central Wyoming.

Photo Credit: defendersblog.org




This page features several images of wolves in Wyoming, along with photos of Wyoming and other state-related info. 



top 10 facts about wyoming

  1. The official flower of the state of Wyoming is the Indian Paintbrush.
  2. The official tree of the state of Wyoming is the Cottonwood.
  3. The official bird of the state of Wyoming is the Western Meadowlark.
  4. Wyoming is home to 12 State Parks. 
  5. Wyoming also has two National Parks - Yellowstone and Grand Teton.
  6. The state of Wyoming is divided into five geographical regions: Northwest, Southwest, Northeast, Southeast, and Central. 
  7. The five largest cities in Wyoming (by population size) are Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie, Gillette, and Rock Springs, in that order.
  8. Native American Indian people from Wyoming include Arapahoe, Shoshone, Oglala, Brule, and Northern Cheyenne.
  9. Wyoming was the first state that allowed women to vote. 
  10. Wyoming is the most sparsely populated of all mainland U.S. states. 




Above: Cheyenne, Wyoming. 

Photo: cheyenne.org




wyoming state parks

  1. Bear River State Park
  2. Boysen State Park
  3. Buffalo Bill State Park
  4. Curt Gowdy State Park
  5. Edness K. Wilkins State Park
  6. Glendo State Park
  7. Guernsey State Park
  8. Hawk Springs State Park
  9. Hot Springs State Park
  10. Keyhole State Park
  11. Seminoe State Park
  12. Sinks Canyon State Park



Above: A view of Downtown Laramie, Wyoming.

Photo: theusatravel.net




offbeat wyoming tourist attractions


Buford - Ames Pyramid

Cody - Daily staged gunfights in the streets

Jackson - The Antler Arches

Kemmerer - The JC Penney Museum

Laramie - Giant head of Abraham Lincoln

Medicine Bow - House made of Dinosaur bones

Rawlins - Wyoming Frontier Prison Museum




Below: The remains of the Fort Laramie Trading Postlong ago frequented by fur trappers and Lakota Indian people.

Photo: dieselpowermag.com



More Wolf Wallpaper from wyoming

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Below: Two spectacular Wyoming Wolf Wallpaper images:

1) A Red Wolf. 2) A camouflaged wolf in the snow.

Photo 1: thefabweb.com

Photo 2: adventure-journal.com





other wyoming wallpaper images


Above: A well preserved ghost town in Cody, Wyoming.

Photo: codychamber.org




Above: A vast landscape in Grand Teton National Park.

Photo: earthrandom.com





Above: An aerial view of a lake in Yellowstone National Park.

Photo: americannationalparks.com




Above: Sunset over Snake River, Wyoming.

Photo: all-that-is-interesting.com





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