The One Time A Year This Wildlife Refuge In New Mexico Gets Taken Over By Unique Birds
By Monica Spencer|Published January 18, 2018
Monica is a Diné (Navajo) freelance writer and photographer based in the Southwest. Born in Gallup and raised in Phoenix, she is Tódich'ii'nii (Bitter Water People) and Tsi'naajinii (Black Streak Wood People). Monica is a staff writer for Only In Your State, photo editor for The Mesa Legend, and previously a staff writer for The Navajo Post. You can reach her at email@example.com.
There is no shortage of beauty in New Mexico. You can look to the rugged landscapes, soft hues of the sunset, or even the earthy textures of adobe homes for a sample of the allure of the state. The same can be said for the animals in the state. If you like to take the time to watch wildlife, then you’re going to love checking out this one wildlife refuge in central New Mexico.
Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge is located approximately 8 miles south of San Antonio, New Mexico via State Highway 1. You can find details about visiting the refuge by visiting the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service website.