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Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge

32nd Annual Festival of the Cranes

The 32nd Annual Festival of the Cranes is a celebration of the winter migration of the sandhill cranes to the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge. Avid birders from around the world flock to the Refuge to view the spectacular exhibit of fowl.

Socorro's San Miguel Mission

San Miguel Mission

Come Visit one of the oldest Catholic churches in the nation!

Visit the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge

The Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, fondly known as “The Bosque,” is in New Mexico near the small town of San Antonio, NM, 9 mi. south of Socorro, and less than an hour and a half from Albuquerque.

TODAY IS A GREAT DAY TO VISIT THE KARL J. JANSKY VERY LARGE ARRAY

DAILY WALKING TOUR AND GUIDED TOURS THE FIRST SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH The Very Large Array (VLA) is comprised of 27 radio telescopes in a “Y” pattern spread across the plains of San Agustin 50 miles west of Socorro. The VLA has been used by more astronomers and has been mentioned in more scientific papers […]