Every Fall, This Tiny Town In New Mexico Holds The Best Wildlife Festival In America
Autumn is a magical time of seasonal transition. From the changing leaves that bathe the landscape with golden-reddish hues to the unsettled weather and the crisp, cool air accompanying it, there is so much to enjoy and embrace about fall. If you’re looking for a unique way to soak in the sights, sounds, and smells of the season, you won’t want to miss what is arguably the best fall festival in America near a tiny New Mexico town that you’ve probably never heard of.
Be sure to visit the event website to view festival dates and the full list of photography and educational workshops being offered, as well as to purchase tickets. This nearby town has several restaurants, historic old buildings, and lodging options to consider as well.
Have you experienced the Festival of Cranes at the Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge? If so, we’d love to hear about your experiences in the comments below.
Address: Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center, 1001 NM-1, San Antonio, NM 87832, USA
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Jessica is a storm chaser, photographer, meteorologist, and writer from Colorado. As a native of this beautiful state, she grew up with a love of the outdoors, and today enjoys hiking, rafting, skiing, and photographing landscapes and storms. She is also a mom to a beautiful little girl and loves life as an entrepreneur which allows her to be fully present for her daughter.