Updated August 2017

Map of United States & Nebraska


NEBRASKA FROM A TO Z

A fact about the state of Nebraska for each letter of the alphabet.
Click on highlighted word for more information.

A IS FOR AGRICULTURE & ARCHAEOLOGY

B IS FOR BEACHES, BIRDS, & BRIDGES Picture of Beach Nebraska has several BEACHES. The Lewis & Clark Recreaction Area is a favorite with swimmers. The Louisville State Recreation Areas has swimming beaches. Lake McConaughy State Park Recreation Area has a swimming beach.

Picture of Meadowlark Over 400 species of BIRDS are found throughout Nebraska. Bird watching is popular and there are many Birding Trails. The State Bird is the Meadowlark

Picture of Gothenburg Bridge used with permission of Warren White Nebraska has many BRIDGES including Historic Bridges, 6 Suspension Bridges, and several Covered Bridges. The Lake Helen Footbridge spans the Gothenburg Canal. The Historic Bridge Foundation advocates for the preservation of historic bridges. The Blair Bridge has an interesting history. The Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge is the first bridge to link 2 states. C IS FOR CAPITAL, COMMUNICATION, & COUNTIES

D IS FOR DAMS, DANCE, & DINOSAUR E IS FOR EARTHQUAKES, EDUCATION, & EVENTS F IS FOR FISH, FLAG, FOOD, & FORTS G IS FOR GEOLOGY, GHOST TOWNS, & GLOBAL POSITION H IS FOR HISTORIC & HISTORY I IS FOR INDUSTRIES, INSECTS, & ISLANDS J IS FOR JAZZ & JUDICIAL K IS FOR KARST & KIDS L IS FOR LAKES, LIBRARIES, & LIGHTHOUSES M IS FOR MILITARY, MOUNTAINS, & MUSEUMS N IS FOR NAME & NATIVE AMERICANS O IS FOR OBSERVATORIES & OLD WEST P IS FOR PARKS, PEOPLE, & PONY EXPRESS Q IS FOR QUARTER, QUILT, & QUIZ R IS FOR REGIONS, REPTILES & RIVERS S IS FOR SPORTS T IS FOR TRAILS, TRANSPORTATION & TREES U IS FOR UNIVERSITIES & USS NEBRASKA V IS FOR VEGETATION & VOLCANOES W IS FOR WATERFALLS, WEATHER, & WILDLIFE X IS FOR XMAS YMCA, & YOUTH HOSTEL Z IS FOR ZIP CODES, ZONES, & ZOO

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