Bosque del Apache: Ancient Flyway of the Rio Grande (2000)
New Mexico State University
One of America's premier wildlife refuges. Every winter, this wetland in the desert becomes home to thousands of migratory birds that come to feed in the temperate New Mexico climate. this documentary features spectacular footage of the refuge's huge flocks and many other animals that life in this rich and diverse ecosystem.
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Bosque del Apache
Bosque del Apace National Wildlife Refuge lies in central New Mexico as a thriving shelter from the surrounding desert. It has provided solace to humans, animals, and plants for hundreds of years. This documentary features the plants and animals of this premier desert wetland. Learn about the remarkable Piro Pueblo culture - ancient Bosque inhabitants from centuries ago.
Ancient Flyway on the Rio Grande
Bosque del Apace is best known for the birds that gather in the winter. More than 370 bird species, from song birds to shore birds, benefit from the rich environment. None are more apparent than the Sandhill Cranes who migrate to the banks of the Rio Grande by the thousands. Witness the unique behaviors of this magnificent bird.
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