ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL ARTICLE ON DR. CLARK’S BIRDING TRIPS IN CORRALES BOSQUE dentist Albuquerque
A couple of weeks ago, Rob and I were joined by Ollie Reed, an Albuquerque Journal reporter, and Greg Sober, a Journal photographer, on our usual tour of the south Corrales Bosque, looking for birds. Someone had told Ollie that I had been photographing Bald Eagles and other interesting birds in the Corrales Bosque, and wanted to join us on a hike, although I assured him that the eagles were most likely gone until next November.
We took our usual route close to the river where the best bird populations reside, and were not disappointed. No eagles, but we spotted an Osprey in three different locations, or we saw multiple Ospreys along the trip. My main previous exposure to Ospreys before a couple of years ago were mentions of them in the Hornblower and the Master and Commanded series of novels.
We also saw Red-tailed Hawks, Great Blue Herons, a Belted Kingfisher and a couple of other birds.
The Albuquerque Journal article on the trip and the office can be accessed below:
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