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Bosque del Apache NWR

Established in 1939 to provide a critical stopover for migrating waterfowl, the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge is well known for the thousands of sandhill cranes, geese and other waterfowl that winter there each year.

Situated between the Chupadera Mountains to the west and the San Pascual Mountains to the east, the 57,331-acre refuge harbors a wild stretch of the Rio Grande, a ribbon of cottonwood and willow trees visible on the landscape from distant mesas.

A twelve-mile-long (19 km) loop road divided by a cutoff into a “Farm Loop” and “Marsh Loop” allows automobile drivers excellent views of wetland wildlife and raptors, and there are several short (1.5 to 10 miles) walking trails. The road affords good views of the fields where crops are grown for the benefit of the birds under cooperative agreements with farmers.

Some 377 species of birds have been observed on the refuge since 1940.

November 2020

Bosque del Apache with Jeff Parker

November 13 - November 16

During this Bosque del Apache Photo Tour 2020 we’ll photograph the thousands…

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Bosque del Apache with Jeff Parker

November 13 - November 16

During this Bosque del Apache Photo Tour 2020 we’ll photograph the thousands…

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December 2020

Bosque del Apache Photo Adventure-Juan Pons & Rick Sammon

December 6 - December 10

Join Rick Sammon and Juan Pons to experience one of the most…

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January 2021

Bosque del Apache and White Sands with Daniel J. Cox

January 8, 2021 - January 13, 2021
$2500

It’s time for a winter break—join Daniel to photograph in Bosque del…

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