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Huge Flocks of Snow Geese Migrate to Bosque Del Apache & Last Day of Cyber Sale!

Huge Flocks of Snow Geese at Bosque Del Apache

Huge Flocks of Snow Geese at Bosque Del Apache

It's about this time of year that Bosque Del Apache in New Mexico sees an annual migration of thousands of snow geese and hundreds of sandhill cranes from northern U.S. states and Canada to this man-made wildlife preserve. Situated on the Rio Grande River just south of Socorro, this park attracts birdwatchers from all over the world as the numbers of wildlife there are staggering.

These images above that I captured last year, demonstrate the magnitude of the migration. This park is loaded with geese, ducks, cranes, coyotes, and even an occasional mountain lion, bobcat, and boar....yes boar. In fact, I happened to see a small group of them roaming around the preserve on the last day of my visit.

If you're planning a trip to the Bosque, allow yourself at least 2 days with 2 sunrises and 2 sunsets as these times tend to be the most impressive. Also plan on visiting 2 other nearby attractions, The Very large Array, and White Sands National Monument.

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