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Bosque del Apache November 19, 2017

Posted by judylobo in Zoo.
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We spent five fun-filled days with a great friend in Albuquerque NM last week. She had been inviting me for many years to come visit the Bosque del Apache refuge to see the wintering grounds of the sandhill crane, snow geese and more. We delighted at both sunset and sunrise to see the birds flock by the thousands. The Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge is located in southern New Mexico. It was founded in 1939 and is administered by the US Fish and Wildlife Service.  An eight mile loop allows us to view these amazing animals without disturbing them.

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1. Roselinde - November 19, 2017

Stunning shots, especially the first one! 🙂

2. Terry Phelan - November 19, 2017

I loved reliving it… >

3. Mary - November 19, 2017

Heavenly! 🙂

4. Vivian Heyward - November 20, 2017

Enjoyed seeing how you captured the magnificense of Bosque Del Apache


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