7. Nature – America has an abundance of wide open spaces, which are incredibly beautiful. It also offers all different kinds of terrain and weather. There are boundless lakes the size of small countries, mountain ranges to ski and hike, and coastlines spanning two oceans. There are 58 national parks and hundreds of other federally managed parks, forests, and wilderness areas. The US is home to 428 mammal species, 784 bird species, 311 reptile species, and 295 amphibian species. Along with America’s size, you can expect different climates throughout the country. You can find tropical regions and desert plains, or year-round sunshine to ice cold winters.
8. Science and Technology – The United States has been a leader in scientific research and technological innovation since the late 19th century. As of April 2010, 77 percent of U.S. households owned at least one computer, and 68 percent had broadband Internet service. America leads the world in scientific research and impact factor.
9. Transportation – Transportation is very accessible in the U.S. There are a variety of different transportation methods such as automobiles, buses, subways, train, airplane and so on. The U.S. has a network of 4 million miles of public roads, which allow all personal transportation automobiles to roam freely. Each and every weekday, Americans board public transportation 35 million times. On top of that, public transportation is a $58 billion industry that employs nearly 400,000 people.