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Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge-A Photographer's and Visitor's Guide

Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge is the compilation of over 15 years of photographic trips to the refuge. Photographs of many species of birds, some mammals, and beautiful scenes contribute to one's more intimate enjoyment of the refuge.
$29.95

Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge Bird Checklist

This list contains 397 species that have been observed on the refuge since 1940. Species are listed in accordance with the 7th edition (1998) AOU Checklist of North American Birds and the 55th Supplement of AOU Checklist (July 2017).
$1.00

Blue Goose Passport

Third Edition. The Blue Goose Passport is designed to record you visits to national wildlife refuges. All refuges open to the public are in the Passport, as are the National Fish Hatcheries.
$8.00

A Pocket Naturalist Guide Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge

A foldout guide to the plants, birds, mammals and reptiles on the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge.
$6.95

A Pocket Naturalist Guide New Mexico Birds

A foldout guide to the birds of New Mexico.
$7.95

A Pocket Naturalist Guide Sandhill Crane Display Dictionary

A foldout guide to what the cranes say with their body language.
$6.95

Birds of New Mexico Field Guide

By Stan Takiela. With this book, bird identification is easier, more informative and productive.
$14.95

Sibley Field Guide to Birds of the West

Second Edition. "Once in a great while, a natural history book changes the way people look at the work. In 1838, John James Audubon's Birds of America was one . . . In 1934, Roger Tory Peterson produced Field Guide to the Birds . . . Now comes The Sibley Guide to Birds." -The New York Times.
$19.95

Adventure Quick Guides - Birds of the Southwest

Simple and convenient - narrow your choices by color, and view just a few birds at a time.
$8.95

Hiking in Socorro County, New Mexico

The majority of the trails in this book were built by the Forest Service, the Bureau of Management (BLM), or the Fish and Wildlife Service. All trailheads can be reached without the need four-wheel drive, though the Barite Mine trail requires four-wheel drive, a mountain bike or longer hike. Higher clearance is needed as noted.
$8.95

Bosque Rhythms

"With diverse form and voice, this book sings its reader into the migrant cacophony of wildness." --Gary Worth Moody
$14.00