Sat, Feb 15 | Albuquerque

New Mexico - February 2020 (RSVP by 1/1)

RSVP by Jan. 1. Come join us for a trip through New Mexico’s central corridor to search for wintering waterfowl by the thousands—cranes, geese and ducks. Plus sparrows, all 3 species of rosy‐finches, and a wide range of other western, winter and higher elevation species.
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New Mexico - February 2020 (RSVP by 1/1)

Time & Location

Feb 15, 2020, 8:00 AM – Feb 22, 2020, 12:00 PM
Albuquerque, Albuquerque, NM, USA

About The Event

Must RSVP by 1/1/20 to For more information: click here for TRIP FLYER, or here for BIRD LIST

Riverine cottonwood stands along the Upper Rio Grande River, expansive fields and ponds where countless waterfowl and cranes spend the winter, large lakes attractive to wintering waterbirds, and snowcapped mountains swathed in conifer forest form the backdrop as we explore the central corridor of New Mexico. Along the way we’ll witness one of North America’s greatest wildlife spectacles, as tens of thousands of geese, ducks, and cranes fill the air at Bosque del Apache NWR. We’ll also be able to study New Mexico’s many wintering sparrows and raptors, and hope to encounter all three species of North American rosy-finch, which are not easily accessible elsewhere together in winter.

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