The Bosque del Apache
One of the favorite seasons around here for locals and visitors alike is most definitely Autumn. The molding of the Summer season into Winter brings dramatic changes through out the state and this is especially true at the Bosque del Apache. Eighteen miles south of Socorro lies 52,000 acres of wet lands, a Rio Grande River creation (with a little help from man) which attracts a myriad of birds, waterfoul, raptors and all variations of migrating feathered friends. The following series of photos were taken early November 2009, one evening and the next morning.
For more sights of Bosque del Apache go to “www.flickr.com/photos/jorunny/”.