Monday, June 6, 2016

San Antonio Oxbow Open Space Preserve

The San Antonio Oxbow is an Open Space Preserve.
Water meanders away from the Rio Grande,
creating a place for birds and other local water animals.

There is a short trail up to the place where the
preserve area and the city of Albuquerque
can be viewed.

The preserve is located at the bottom of a steep hill.
Visitors are able to view the preserve, but not climb
down the hill and disrupt the area.

One reason I went to visit this location
was to see if the grass in the preserve area
had turned green.

June 6, 2016
When I had visited this location on April 24, 2016,
the grass in the preserve had not yet turned green.

April 24, 2016

Ella enjoyed getting out to visit the location today!

We looked down into the preserve and there did
not seem to be any geese or larger birds that would be visible.

June 6, 2016

April 24, 2016

There did seem to be some splashes in the water
for frogs, tadpoles, or fish that live in the water.

The Rio Grande continued to flow on the other side of the
meandering water in the preserve.

 This is a beautiful space, but the odd thing about it
is that there are only so many photos I can take
before I keep repeating a view of what is in the area.

Beautiful, peaceful place to visit,
but a short blog entry!

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