Shorebirds: Marathon Migrants, Natural Wonders

Article by Alex Harper, field biologist, birding guide and outdoor educator. Shorebirds are truly impressive flyers – their bodies are sleek, their wings pointed and long. They move quickly and powerfully across the sky with fast, shallow wingbeats, propelled...

What’s going on with sandhill crane populations this year?

Weighing the risk and finding the reward     Written by Amanda Walker, Park Ranger and Claire Revekant, Senior Wildlife Biologist My bags are packed, I’m ready to go. Go see the sandhill cranes at Bosque del Apache. Cranes who’ve just made a journey...

Friends BEAM Project Underway

Article by Don Boyd, Friends BEAM Project Manager Imagine for a moment that you could fund a project that would pull tons of carbon out of the air and sequester it in the ground while simultaneously returning farm soil to a level of health it had not seen for decades,...
Protecting Rio Grande Riparian Wetland Habitat

Protecting Rio Grande Riparian Wetland Habitat

Drone photo by Amy Erickson/RGALT Article by Rio Grande Agricultural Land Trust, originally published in their Summer 2023 newsletter Rio Grande Agricultural Land Trust (RGALT) protects agricultural lands, but what many people don’t know is that many of our...
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