Go for the Gold: Lucy Ferril Ela 
Wildlife Sanctuary and 
Connected Lakes full of color

The Lucy Ferril Ela Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 2004 to help protect endangered fish. While this pond is dry at this time of year, a specially formed dike between the river and the pond allows high water to flow through here in the springtime, providing a nursery basin for unique and endangered Razorback Suckers. Photo by Bill Haggerty/For The Sentinel



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The Lucy Ferril Ela Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 2004 to help protect endangered fish. While this pond is dry at this time of year, a specially formed dike between the river and the pond allows high water to flow through here in the springtime, providing a nursery basin for unique and endangered Razorback Suckers. Photo by Bill Haggerty/For The Sentinel

If you have not taken advantage of the golden opportunity to stroll along the banks of the Colorado River through the Grand Valley in the past week or so, you should flog…




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