A New Mexico Alphabet (N to R)
N -- N is for Navajo. New Mexico is home to much of the Navajo Reservation which is roughly the size of West Virginia.
O -- O is for Oil. While not as big an oil and gas state as her eastern neighbors, New Mexico schools run off taxes on oil.
P -- P is for Pueblo. New Mexico's 19 pueblos are close knit, Native American communities who are self-governing and have their own unique cultures, languages and practices.
Q -- Q is for Quay County in Eastern New Mexico, one of our 33 counties.
R -- R is for Roadrunner. Roadrunners are speedy, medium sized birds that eat lizards, insects, and other smaller animals. They can fly but often choose not to.
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