Fowl and the BDA

Some friends and I set out at 4am to trek down to the Bosque Del Apache, a national bird refuge located just south of Socorro in central New Mexico, to photo many of the fowl that stop by there throughout the year. Depending on what time of year you stop by, you might see light geese, cranes, ducks, Canada geese, hawks, eagles, roadrunners, herons, sparrows, grebes, coots, and many other variety of birds. Along with all the fowl, reptiles, frogs and other mammals, such as deer, and coyotes will appear from time to time. After the sunrise, many photos, and a drive around the refuge, it was on to Socorro, NM to grab Huevos Rancheros at The El Camino restaurant. More information about the refuge can be found here:

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