The Bear Flag is the authority banner of the U.S. state of California. The precursor of the California 3’X5′ State banner was first flown during the 1846 Bear Flag Revolt and was otherwise called the Bear Flag. The modern state banner is white with a wide red stripe along the base. There is a red star in the upper left corner and a wild bear confronting left (close to the derrick) in the middle, strolling on a fix of green grass. The size of the bear is 2/3 the size of the derrick width and has a proportion of 2 by 1. The grass plot has a proportion of 11 to 1. The five-point star is taken from the California Lone Star Flag of 1836. The lightweight flag material allows you to easily mount this flag on a wall with thumb tacks, or drape it down on various objects.