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Bosque del Apache
National Wildlife Refuge

Thousands of Sandhill Cranes visit Bosque del Apache NWR each year.
P.O. Box 280
San Antonio, NM   87832
E-mail: FW2_RW_Bosque_del_Apache@fws.gov
Phone Number: 575-835-1828
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Sandhill Cranes at Bosque del Apache NWR.
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  Wildlife Observation and Photography
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The Seasonal Tour Road is open spring through summer, and is an excellent place to observe shorebirds and waders.

Several trails are open for wildlife observation in a variety of settings, ranging from a desert canyon to a trail by the Rio Grande.

The Chupadera, Indian Well and Little San Pascual wilderness areas are nade up of Chihuahuan desert habitat with no available water. Hiking and nature observation can be enjoyed. Please stop by the vbisitor center for more information.

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