Oxbow Preserve not opening without plan

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Oxbow Preserve not opening without plan

Natural lands board to consider permanent strategy for management
JERRY McBRIDE/Durango Herald file photo

An Oxbow Condominium resident looks out across the Oxbow Park and Preserve in 2013. The Natural Lands Advisory Board is going to consider a more permanent strategy for closing the 38- acres of preserved land to help protect the birds and other wildlife including deer and elk that give birth in the area. The six acres of the park where a a boat ramp, a parking lot and and other improvements will be built shall remain open.

Oxbow Preserve not opening without plan

JERRY McBRIDE/Durango Herald file photo

An Oxbow Condominium resident looks out across the Oxbow Park and Preserve in 2013. The Natural Lands Advisory Board is going to consider a more permanent strategy for closing the 38- acres of preserved land to help protect the birds and other wildlife including deer and elk that give birth in the area. The six acres of the park where a a boat ramp, a parking lot and and other improvements will be built shall remain open.
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