Pictures of Bosque Wildlife Refuge in New Mexico

The Bosque wildlife refuge is in New Mexico 80 miles or so south of Albuquerque. It is one of the premier bird refuges in the world. Every year when the birds are migrating from roughly November to January, the refuge is flooded with hundreds of thousand of Sand Hill Cranes and Snow Geese. In smaller numbers herons and eagles and ducks and coyotes can also be seen.

If you have ever heard the thunder of 100,000 Sand Hill Cranes lifting off all at once at dawn, I guarantee you will never forget it.

Sandhill Cranes, Sunset Light
Sandhill Cranes and afternoon hills
Sandhill Crane in the big, blue sky
Bosque panorama with sunset lit his
Bosque Sunset, Waiting for the birds to come in for the night.
Cranes and Snow geese, sunrise
Bosque sunrise with incoming cranes.
Orange Sunset, incoming
Morning steam off the water
Sandhill Crane and evening light
Three cranes and sunset light
Cranes, Tree and golden water
Three Cranes and sunset light
Snow Geese lifting off
Two Sandhill Cranes feeding
Abstract Bosque reflections

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