It’s a bird! It’s a plane… No, it’s a BIRD! Hundreds to be precise.
Bosque del Apache located just south of Socorro, is home to one of the most exquisite migration observation decks in the state.
Shutterbugs and nature lovers alike flock to the destination to see the migration of the Sandhill Crane every year. The event graces the cover of New Mexico Magazine’s November issue, one of many stories featured this month.
The latest issue also includes a literary tour of the state, highlighting why the Land of Enchantment is home to the highest number of working writers per capita (source: National Endowment for the Humanities).
A fan of Piñon? You’re in luck with a brief history behind New Mexico’s favorite nut, as well as a collection of sweet and savory recipes to treat yourself and friends this holiday season.
Plus, if you’re taking a trip to Bandelier National Monument any time soon, you’ll notice some new roadside attractions in the form of large pottery. New Mexico Magazine has details on the artists based in White Rock responsible for these outdoor adornments.
The latest issue of New Mexico Magazine is on newsstands now. For locations and subscription information, visit NMMagazine.com.