Is anything cuter than little mice with big floppy feet? Biologists at Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge don’t think so. Here they work hard to manage and conserve the last population of New Mexico Meadow Jumping Mice on the Rio Grande. This is a tough task, given the habitat requirements of other endangered species, and migratory waterfowl living on the Refuge. Wonder how they balance such work? Watch the video to find out!

Additional information about monitoring the New Mexico meadow jumping mouse is available on the Map Series.