The Cibola National Forest (articulated SEE-bo-lah) is a 1,633,783 section of land (6,611.7 km2) United States National Forest in New Mexico, USA. The name Cibola is believed to be the first Zuni Indian name for their pueblos or innate grounds. The name was later translated by the Spanish to signify, "wild ox." The forest is incoherent with terrains spread crosswise over focal and northern New Mexico, west Texas and Oklahoma.
The Cibola National Forest is separated into four Ranger Districts: the Sandia, Mountainair, Mt. Taylor, and Magdalena. The Forest incorporates the San Mateo, Magdalena, Datil, Bear, Gallina, Manzano, Sandia, Mt. Taylor, and Zuni Mountains of west-focal New Mexico. The Forest additionally oversees four National Grasslands that stretch from northeastern New Mexico eastbound into the Texas Panhandle and western Oklahoma.
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