pecos river, _u.s._380_bridge, _bitter_lakes_national_wildlife_refuge, _chaves_county, _new_mexico_1, I_AMC6580
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I think the Pecos River is one of the more famous rivers in the U.S. "West of the Pecos" was really the west. The west side of the river has been cleared of an invasive plant named salt cedar or tamarisk. For more information: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamarix
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title pecos river, u.s. 380 bridge, bitter lakes national wildlife refuge, chaves county, new mexico 1
date yyyymmdd hr:mn 2009:04:04 05:15:55
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