Fewer Hummingbirds Still Deliver Smiles

Fewer Hummingbirds Still Deliver Smiles

A female rufous hummingbird surveys the surroundings Photo by Jimmie Zabriskie © Article by Marcy Scott | Naturally Speaking Reprinted with permission from an August 2022 Las Cruces Sun-News article In my 24 years of living in the Southwest, I’ve learned to anticipate...
Bosque del Apache – A Refuge in all Seasons!

Bosque del Apache – A Refuge in all Seasons!

Article by John & Betty Olson | Rose-breasted Grosbeak | All photos by John Olson Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge is one of the premier refuges in the United States! That being said, Betty and I were very proud to be volunteers for seven seasons. During...
The Joy of Hummingbirds

The Joy of Hummingbirds

Boss of the feeder, this Rufous – AKA “Atilla the Hum” – is fiery in both plumage and spirit | Photo by Erv Nichols Article by Sandra Noll Hummingbirds are best described in superlatives… smallest, fastest, most specialized feather structure,...
The Colorful Birds of Summer

The Colorful Birds of Summer

Killdeer | Still from video by Steve Siegel Article by Steve Siegel The fall and winter bird spectacular at Bosque del Apache is world famous.  But what about the summer?  The birds you will see then are completely different.  They have colors! The Refuge offers a...
A Day of Spring Birding at BdA

A Day of Spring Birding at BdA

Bullock’s Oriole | Photo by Judith Liddell Article by Judith Liddell Spring migration means color and song invades the Middle Rio Grande – and what better place to partake of this than at the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge.  Let me take you along on a...
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