RECENT CRITTER SITINGS IN CORRALES BOSQUE

RECENT CRITTER SIGHTINGS IN CORRALES BOSQUE   dentist Albuquerque

Some more birds have been migrating to or through the Corrales Bosque recently.  The first photo is of a Double-crested Cormorant, a bird more often associated with the Gulf of Mexico than Corrales.  The next is a pretty good shot with good detail on a couple of Sandhill Cranes in the air, probably heading to the Bosque del Apache.

The next two photos are of two different Red-tailed Hawks, which we are seeing more often lately.  the second one has his feathers all fluffed up, probably to keep himself warm in 20 degree weather.

The next is of a Great Blue Heron, probably one of the fairly common breed that hangs out in the Bosque all year long.  He is followed by a Belted Kingfisher, which probably spends a good part of the year in the Bosque.

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