Cimarron River


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a river that rises in northeastern New Mexico and flows eastward into Oklahoma where it becomes a tributary of the Arkansas River

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Stovall (Schoff and Stovall, 1943:121) believed that the rockshelters, caves, and recesses in the Black Mesa area were themselves cut into the sandstone bluffs along the canyon walls by tributaries of the Cimarron River when their channels were at the level of the caves.
My hunt took place on private lands owned by Kent Jarnagin and Kent Wolfolk of Cimarron River Outfitters.
Folsom is located in the shadow of Johnson Mesa in northeastern New Mexico (FIGURES 1 & 2), and straddles Wild Horse Arroyo -- which heads on the mesa, and downstream feeds into the Dry Cimarron River.
Mature cottonwoods were the most conspicuous deciduous trees along the floor of the canyon, which cuts through rough mesa country on its way to the Cimarron River east of Kenton.
Bats from the locality first listed were netted over the Cimarron River.
To make matters worse, the weather had turned bitter cold with wind gusts as high as 35 mph, and things were looking bleak as Kent Jarnigan, owner of Cimarron River Outfitters, drove me to the field one last time.
I immediately broke camp and headed for the Cimarron River Valley, southwest of Gunnison, on a tip from a local farmer who said it was one of his favorite places in the world.
Arkansas River Shiner (Notropis girardi) The Arkansas River shiner is a small fish found in the Canadian River in New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas and the Cimarron River in Kansas and Oklahoma.
A year after a big yellow truck laden with 2 tons of explosives rolled out of the Flint Hills of Kansas, across the old Santa Fe Trail and the Cimarron River with its cargo of death, many people here say that almost every day they think of the bombing and of friends who died.
Anadarko acquired and took over operation of the Cimarron River System (CRS) at that time.
My southwest Kansas whitetail hunt was with Kent Jarnagin and Kent Wolfolk of Cimarron River Outfitters.
They come down from the mountainous terrain and pinon forests surrounding town to graze the rolling meadows watered by the Cimarron River.