This flag is made of synthetic white material. In the center of the flag is a circular emblem that is composed of a spread-winged golden eagle. The eagle hovers in front of a yellow sun, and above a brown horizon composed of the silouettes of two facing indians who are framing a single figure with a scarf wrapped around its neck and shoulders. Emerging from the base of the two outside indian figures are the two claws of the eagle. The claws frame a geometric symbol composed of two red diamonds, a black diamond and blue and black triangles. The eagle claws clutch a ceremonial tobacco pipe. The bowl and mouthpiece of the pipe are red; the stem is brown. The black, red, blue, yellow, and white tail feathers of the eagle fan out from below the pipe. The flag inscription borders the outside edges of the emblem. There is a black star to the left and right of the emblem that separates the upper inscription from the lower inscription.
"The Great Seal of the Ute Indian Tribe" | UINTAH & OURAY RESERVATION