Cimarron River

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Cim·ar·ron River

 (sĭm′ə-rŏn′, -rōn′)
A river rising in northeast New Mexico and flowing about 1,130 km (700 mi) eastward across southwest Kansas to the Arkansas River in northern Oklahoma.
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Noun1.Cimarron River - a river that rises in northeastern New Mexico and flows eastward into Oklahoma where it becomes a tributary of the Arkansas River
Land of Enchantment, New Mexico, NM - a state in southwestern United States on the Mexican border
OK, Oklahoma, Sooner State - a state in south central United States
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Near Crescent, about 34 miles north of Oklahoma City, erosion left several homes hanging over the swollen Cimarron River. One unoccupied home rolled into the river.
The city draws from the Cimarron Alluvial, an aquifer that is fed from the Cimarron River. The top water users are irrigators.
Driving the entire length of the Dry Cimarron River, wandering onto roadside rock crumbles and into easy gullies, the car was filled with rocks, big and small, including bright red "five-billion"-year-old sandstone.
Topographically, the area consists of many small flat-topped mesas and rocky slopes dissected by tributaries of the Cimarron River. Elevations vary from ca.
That day, I saw little, save for a skittish six-pointer, a covey of bobwhites, and much to my delight, several small flocks of mallards trading between the Cimarron River and a series of tiny potholes scattered around my ice-box of a tower blind.
Looking down on the fallen whitetail, there at the edge of Oklahoma's Cimarron River, I couldn't agree more.
I WAS HUNTING THE late archery season in Southwest Kansas with Cimarron River Outfitters.
Seven nights at the Island Guest Ranch, on the banks of the historic Cimarron River at Ames, is pounds 985 until the end of April.
Trout abound in the crystalline Cimarron River. Clear Creek Canyon Trail, 7 miles round trip, is one of many beautiful hikes.
This small fish occurs not only in stretches of the Arkansas River in Kansas but also in parts of the Cimarron River in Kansas and Oklahoma, the Beaver/North Canadian River in Oklahoma, and the Canadian/ South Canadian River in Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico.
The proposal covers approximately 1,160 miles (1,865 kilometers) of rivers and 300 feet (91 meters) of the adjacent riparian zone along portions of the Arkansas River in Kansas, Cimarron River in Kansas and Oklahoma, Beaver/North Canadian River in Oklahoma, and Canadian/ South Canadian River in New Mexico, Texas, and Oklahoma.