Free Alabama Coloring Pages

ALABAMA

This post contains my Alabama coloring pages - see my post with ALL 50 STATES COLORING PAGES HERE

Please enjoy these 4 free pages about ALABAMA from Stevie Doodles. Print and color them as many times as you’d like.

The link to print the page you love is just below the image of that page. (Personal use only please)

  • Alabama, often referred to as the "Heart of Dixie," is the 22nd state to join the United States. It was admitted on December 14, 1819.

  • The state's name is derived from the Native American Creek language, meaning "tribal town" or "vegetation gatherers."

  • Alabama is famous for its rich musical heritage, particularly known as the birthplace of American jazz, blues, and Country music.

  • It is home to significant historical sites, including the Civil Rights Memorial in Montgomery and the renowned Rosa Parks Museum.

  • Alabama boasts breathtaking natural wonders like the Appalachian Mountains, beautiful beaches along the Gulf of Mexico, and the stunning caverns of the Cathedral Caverns State Park.

  • The University of Alabama's Crimson Tide football team is highly esteemed in college football, boasting a remarkable history and passionate fan base.

  • Known for its southern hospitality, Alabama offers a warm and welcoming culture and is celebrated for its flavorful cuisine, with dishes like fried green tomatoes and delicious barbecue.

  • The official state bird of Alabama is the Yellowhammer, and its official state tree is the Southern Longleaf Pine.

  • Notable figures from Alabama include civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., influential author Harper Lee, and legendary musician Hank Williams Sr.

  • The state's capital and largest city, Montgomery, has played a pivotal role in American history, from being the birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement to serving as the first capital of the Confederate States of America.

4 alabama coloring pages, facts page, state outline with doodles, state bird on outline of state, and "Alabama" bubble letters filled with doodles

ALABAMA DOODLE

This page is an outline of animal with colorable doodles inside. Use the button just below this image to print it.

Alabama coloring page, outline of the state with doodles inside
 

ALABAMA FACTS

This printable has some Alabama facts. Find even more fun Alabama facts here at the Nat Geo

What’s your favorite fact about Alabama? I loved learning about the beach mouse. I can’t believe they are less than 5 inches long and that includes the tail!

Two of North America’s rarest species—the Perdido Key beach mouse and the Alabama beach mouse—hide out in Alabama. Coyotes, armadillos, deer, feral pigs, and American alligatorsalso roam the land. Birds such as kites, bald eagles, and hawks dot the skies, and the Gulf Coast waterdog and the 20-inch eastern hellbender—the biggest salamander species by weight in North America—are underfoot. READ MORE AT NAT GEO

Alabama facts coloring page, US map, Alabama state outline, beach mouse, yellowhammer

Print THE ALABAMA FACTS COLORING PAGE ABOVE

More than 10,000 years ago people came to the area that is now Alabama, some living in Russell Cave. Thousands of years later Native American tribes such as the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, and Creek resided in the area. Although many Native Americans were forced to leave Alabama in the 1800s, today some descendants of those tribes still live in the state. READ MORE AT THE NAT GEO PAGE

 
 

ALABAMA CLASSIC DOODLE

This is “ALABAMA” as a Classic-style Stevie Doodles coloring page. Be sure to search your name among my free name coloring pages

Alabama coloring page, Alabama in bubble letters with doodles inside to color
 

YELLOWHAMMER

The Yellowhammer is the state bird of Alabama. It’s a pretty little bird and I drew the Yellowhammer and put him on an outline of the state of Alabama.

I thought this page would be a fun and simple addition to this small collection of Alabama coloring pages - hope you love it!

The yellowhammer bird, with its vibrant yellow plumage and distinct black markings, is a delight to behold as it flits through sun-soaked meadows. Its melodic song adds a joyful ambiance to the countryside, capturing the essence of a summer's day.

Alabama Yellowbird - a free printable Alabama coloring page from Stevie Doodles. The Yellowhammer is the state bird of Alabama - I think you’ll love this page + find 1000’s more other free coloring sheets at Stevie Doodles

Print THE YELLOWHAMMER ALABAMA DOODLES COLORING PAGE

The state offers much topographical diversity. The rich agricultural valley of the Tennessee River occupies the extreme northern part of the state. In northeastern Alabama the broken terrain of the southwestern fringe of the Appalachian Mountainsbegins and continues in a southwesterly progression across the northern half of the state. Below that the band of prairie lowland known as the Black Belt has rich soils that once cradled a rural cotton-producing way of life central to the state’s development. Farther south stretch piney woods and then coastal plains until one reaches the moss-draped live oaks of Mobile and the white beaches of the gulf.

The landscape of Alabama has been the scene of many of the major crises in the settlement of the continent and in the development of the country. It was a battleground for European powers vying for the lands of the New World, for the fights between the European settlers and the indigenous communities, for the struggles between North and South during the American Civil War, for the civil rights movement, and for other forces of economic and social change that have extensively altered many aspects of the Deep South in the years since the mid-20th century. Although Alabama continues to reside in the lower segment nationally in many significant social and economic rankings, there has been improvement in some areas, particularly in ethnic relations, including the integration of schools and the election of African Americans to political offices. Nevertheless, Alabamians and outsiders alike tend to agree that the state retains a distinctive way of life, rooted in the traditions of the Old South. Area 52,420 square miles (135,767 square km). Population (2010) 4,779,736; (2019 est.) 4,903,185. More about Alabama from Brittanica:

 

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