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Lincoln farmers market
Head to the farmers market in Lincoln, Nebraska, for fresh flowers and produce.
Stroll the sandy shore of the Missouri River at Ponca State Park.
The upland sandpiper, sometimes called the Shorebird of the Prairie, makes its home in prairies and other grassy areas, such as Nebraska's Fort Niobrara National Wildlife Refuge.
Sunset on the plains
The sun paints the sky pink and purple as it sets near the small town of Arthur on the Nebraska plains.
Horseback riding is one of many activities offered at Eugene T. Mahoney State Park.
Interstate-80 takes travelers across the state of Nebraska.
More than 20 types of apples grow at Kimmel Orchard in Nebraska City, Nebraska.
Visitors to Ponca State Park can appreciate the simple beauty of a dandelion as it gets ready to drop its seeds.
Field of pink
A field of wildflowers blooms in the scenic Niobrara River Valley.
Grasslands surround sand-bottom lakes at Nebraska's Valentine National Wildlife Refuge, home to more than 260 species of birds as well as deer, muskrats and beavers.
Ponca State Park oak
Ponca State Park in Ponca, Nebraska, is home to a 360-year-old black oak tree.
Memorial Stadium is home to the Nebraska Cornhuskers football team in Lincoln.
Watch the sun set on the Missouri River from the shore at Ponca State Park.
Above the grass
An elk peers out above the grass at Nebraska's Fort Niobrara National Wildlife Refuge, home to about 100 elk and 350 bison.
In Omaha's trendy Midtown Crossing, The Grey Plume features seasonal contemporary American cuisine made from locally grown produce and livestock.
A windmill creates a striking silhouette against the Nebraska sky.
Home on the ranch
Quarter horses roam the fields at the 90,000-acre Haythorn Land and Cattle Company ranch in Arthur, Nebraska.
Admire the beauty of Smith Falls, Nebraska's tallest waterfall at 63 feet. The falls are in Smith Falls State Park just outside Valentine.
Vistas stretch miles into the distance in the Nebraska Sandhills.
More than 500,000 Sandhill cranes fill the Platte River Valley during a massive migration each spring.
When it's hot, hit the water park at Eugene T. Mahoney State Park.
During the holidays, twinkle lights adorn downtown Omaha trees.