The Idaho state flag is the state seal on a blue field. Under the state seal of Idaho is a red and gold banner with the words "State of Idaho" in gold.
The state seal shows a miner and a woman representing liberty, justice, and equality. Within the seal are symbols representing Idahos natural resources, including mines, forests, farmland, and wildlife as well as a banner which reads "Esto perpetua" which translate to "It is forever." Elks are protected animals in Idaho and an Elks head rises above the shield
These images are encircled by a golden circle with the words "Great Seal of the state of Idaho" and a star, representing a new light in the galaxy of the states. It is the only state seal designed by a woman, Emma Edwards Green.
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