THE BOSQUE

A bosque is a riverside forest. In Albuquerque the Rio Grande traverses the city and the bosque runs alongside it. The forest is a significant place for animals, birds, insects and other creatures. More than 500 species occupy New Mexico's forests. Cottonwood trees have been growing at the riverside for a million years. They rely upon the river to provide moisture needed to nourish the trees and germinate their seeds.

Tingley Beach

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BOSQUE DEL APACHE

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calabacillos arroyo bosque

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