Take A Boardwalk Trail Through The Wetlands Of The Bosque Del Apache Wildlife Refuge In New Mexico
By Courtnie Erickson|Published August 10, 2022
From Southern Utah to the Panhandle in Idaho, Courtnie Erickson has lived in what she believes are the best (and the most beautiful!) areas in the country. She graduated with a journalism degree from Utah State University and has more than 15 years of professional writing experience. You’ll likely see her with a Dr. Pepper in her hand and a pair of running shoes on her feet. Courtnie is a writer and editor at OnlyInYourState.
The Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge is easily one of the most enchanting areas in all of New Mexico. This 57,000-acre refuge is located south of Socorro and is where you can capture some of the most incredible images of birds, deer, and other wildlife. While there are a few ways to explore this area, one of our favorites is the Boardwalk Trail.
Have you ever explored the Boardwalk Trail at Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge in New Mexico? If so, what did you think of the hike? We’d love to hear all about your experience in the comments! And, you can learn even more about this hike and wildlife area on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service website.
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