Wednesday, October 26, 2011

The Bosque del Apache

On Sunday we celebrated my Dad's Birthday with lunch in Socorro and a drive through the Bosque del Apache. 

The Bosque del Apache is a wildlife refugee about an hour and a half south of Albuquerque. According to the website, during the Fall and Winter seasons, there  are thousands of birds including Sandhill Cranes, Arctic Geese and a variety of ducks. We went a little early in the season, but we were still able to see a lot of wildlife surrounded by beautiful fall colors.

Sandhill Cranes in a field of Alfapha


Addy and the Birthday Boy!

It's funny how you can live somewhere you're whole life and never even know that something like this exists. It's definitely a New Mexican treasure.

Linking up with the Paper Mama and Wordlessish Wednesday.


Erin said...

What a beautiful day! :) He looks so excited! :)

Mom said...

Love the photo of the geese!

Steph said...

I am vising from Dani at "me and my new life!" We live in the 505 too! Love all your pictures and the blog! We are at if you ever want to come visit! Hope Addy's teething goes well (our daughter Annabelle is 13 months and JUST started to teeth and its been THE WORST!)

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