The coat of arms of Baja California was adopted in 1956, four years after it became a state (it was a territory before). The sun in the crest contains the text "Trabajo y Justicia Social" (Spanish for "Work and Social Justice").
Based on an independentist flag which dates from 1888. The star represents the sovereignty of the state. - By MetamarioMX. 2014.
Based on an independentist flag which dates from 1888. The five stars represent the 5 municipalities of the state. - By MetamarioMX. 2014.
Flag used by the civic group República de Baja California.
From top to bottom, the colours represent the sky, sun, land, sand and sea as the state has a considerable coastline. By kyrgyzzephyr. 2014.
Baja California flag proposal by Sotajarocho. 2015.
Baja California flag proposal by Superham1. 2016.
Inspired in the usage of maritime banners. With the Pacific to the west and the Sea of Cortez to the east, the predominant arid climate is represented with yellow; meanwhile, the grapevine's location is relative to the position of the state in the penninsula, red represents the wine region. By Ricardo Vazoli, 2016.
A flag for the state of Baja California. The sun represents the climate and the state itself, the green represents fertility, the red represents its Spanish roots, and the three white stripes represents the state's motto "Work and Social Justice". DiamondMinotaur. 2017.
Proposal for a flag for Baja California. By Qaz Dec 2019 (details)
Flag of Baja California 2 Yellow Waves and Yellow Sun Red and Blue, February 2020