Visitors 55
Modified 1-Nov-14
37 photos

Bosque del Apache Wildlife Refuge in New Mexico, USA is on the Rio Grande RIver in the foothills of the Chupadera Mountains. This wilderness area is wintering home to huge flocks of migratory birds
Sandhill Crane coming in for a landingGreater Roadrunner perched in treeRoadrunner perched in a tree in Bosque del ApacheMale Pyrrhuloxia eating flower petalsMale Gambel's Quail in snowBlue Goose in flightSandhill Crane flying low over water and grasses in evening lightNorthern Flicker, Red Shafted, in flightNorthern Flicker in flightTwo Snow Geese in flightBlue-Goose landing facing cameraBlue Goose coming in for a landingRoadrunner in treeSandhill Crane landing at sunsetSand Hill Crane landing  at sunset with feet splashingGolden Eagle perched on a branchJuvenile Red-Tailed Hawk in flightMale Ring-Necked PheasantSnow Goose in flightJuvenile Northern Harrier in flight