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Durango Nature Studies celebrates 20 years
Gail Grossman, longtime volunteer naturalist with Durango Nature Studies, leads a group of fourth-graders on trails in the Haviland Lake area, north of Durango, in 2012.
Durango Nature Studies last year put more than 4,000 Colorado and New Mexico elementary school students through its programs. Max Eisenfeld, 9, holds up a crawfish at a summer camp in 2010.
From left, former Durango Nature Studies co-founders Ann Rilling and Janet Kenna take a tour of the Nature Center near Bondad in February 2001 just after its purchase.
A bridge over the Florida River was one of the first improvements made in March 1999 to the Nature Center at the base of Bondad Hill.

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Gail Grossman, longtime volunteer naturalist with Durango Nature Studies, leads a group of fourth-graders on trails in the Haviland Lake area, north of Durango, in 2012.
Durango Nature Studies last year put more than 4,000 Colorado and New Mexico elementary school students through its programs. Max Eisenfeld, 9, holds up a crawfish at a summer camp in 2010.
From left, former Durango Nature Studies co-founders Ann Rilling and Janet Kenna take a tour of the Nature Center near Bondad in February 2001 just after its purchase.
A bridge over the Florida River was one of the first improvements made in March 1999 to the Nature Center at the base of Bondad Hill.
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