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Tagging Monarchs at Bosque del Apache

Article by Tom Kaye, Executive Director and Senior Ecologist at Institute for Applied Ecology, and originally published on Oct. 9, 2017 on their website, www.appliedeco.org.   “I got one!” Steve Cary calls through a thicket of seep willow in full bloom.  He’s...

An Indelible Memory

By Karen Haley, Friends Member In the predawn cold of a New Mexico morning, the vinyl seats of an old school bus were hard and cold, but that couldn’t dampen the anticipation as the bus bumped along in the dark, heading into the refuge. It seemed a small price to pay...
Cactus Rescue Project at the Desert Arboretum

Cactus Rescue Project at the Desert Arboretum

The endangered Santa Fe Cholla (Cylindropuntia viridiflora) Over twenty years ago the Cactus Rescue Project (CRP) was founded by cactus enthusiasts who perceived an immediate need, challenge, and opportunity to save the rare state-listed endangered Santa Fe Cholla...
A Bosque Impression

A Bosque Impression

Article and all photos by Danny Hancock, A Glance at Nature Photography At the beginning of every year, I find that I must take a leave of absence. The urban life has caught up with me again and I feel a strong need to escape back to the wild. Bosque del Apache in New...
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