Utah is a state in the western United States. It became the 45th state admitted to the U.S. on January 4, 1896. The U.S. state of Utah has 26 official symbols and three unofficial symbols. Official Symbols are designated by the Utah State Legislature. All official symbols, except the Great Seal, are listed in Title 63G of Utah Code. In its first regular session, Utah adopted its first symbol the Great Seal of the State of Utah. Many unique symbols of Utah are related to Utah’s pioneer heritage, such as the California gull, the beehive, the dutch oven, and the Sego Lily. Utah has symbols that are used by multiple states. For example, the honey bee, Utah’s state insect, is also a symbol of Arkansas, Georgia, Kansas. When visiting Utah, you’ll find several spectacular national parks, monuments, landmarks, lakes, state parks, mountains. You Can Visit Park City Mountain Resort, Natural History Museum of Utah, Hill Aerospace Museum, Best Friends Animal Sanctuary Etc.
The flag of the State of Utah was adopted on February 16, 2011, and consists of the seal of Utah encircled in a golden circle on a background of dark navy blue. A bald eagle, the national bird of the United States, symbolizes protection in peace and war.