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Rio Bosque Wetlands Park 

Rio Bosque Wetlands Park is a 372-acre City of El Paso park the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) manages through its Center for Environmental Resource Management (CERM).

Wetlands and riverside forests once graced the banks of the Rio Grande in the Paso del Norte region. They were the most productive natural habitats in the region, but today they are virtually gone.

At Rio Bosque, the environment is still changing, but in a new way. Here, a diverse partnership is working to bring back meaningful examples of the unique and valuable ecosystems once found in our river valley. 

 

In 2016, for the second year in a row, Rio Bosque's wetland cells are
receiving some water consistently during spring and summer. 

(Photo: 18 May 2016)

 

What's NewCalendar
     

 
  Water:  Water is again flowing to the wetland cells.  Read more...
     
  Birds:  Water birds are responding to the additional water.  Read more...
     
  Newsletter:  The April newsletter is out.  Read it...