Have you ever been bird watching? Las Cruces’ location on the north end of the Chihuahuan Desert, plus its proximity to the Rio Grande and Organ Mountains, equates to a diversity of habitats and a myriad of bird watching opportunities. Luckily, Bosque State Park is a popular birding spot. See what you can find when you head there this Saturday, August 17th.
State Parks are for the birds! In New Mexico, our State Parks offer varied, valuable habitats for birds and special attractions for birders. With close ties to Audubon New Mexico, several State Parks are listed as Important Bird Areas.
Whether you are interested in a Ranger-guided bird walk or want to take off on your own for a quiet morning of birding, State Parks are the place to be.
Birding volunteers are always welcome, and State Parks are always trying to improve bird lists and programs. Bird habitat conservation is also important in parks and volunteer habitat stewardship projects occur at many parks statewide. Bosque State Park is a great place to see and learn about other wildlife as well. Deer, elk, bobcat, javelina, rabbit, and bats inhabit this and other parks.
No matter your preference, stop by Bosque State Park this Saturday, August 17th for all of the bird watching excitement! The daily entrance fee per vehicle is $5. Visitors entering on foot or on bicycles may enjoy free admission. For more information about New Mexico State Parks, fees, and regulations, visit www.emnrd.state.nm.edu.
Sonoma Palms Apartments in Las Cruces, New Mexico goes out of our way to ensure that you lead the lifestyle you have always desired. Even in today’s modern world, one thing remains certain: nothing is more rewarding than a life well-lived, so make plans to attend this event today!
Saturday, August 17, 2019—7:30 AM
Event Venue Location:
Bosque State Park
5000 Calle Del Norte
Las Cruces, New Mexico 88004