Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge’s 230,000 acres make it New Mexico’s largest refuge. Managed to preserve and enhance its five ecosystems “as nearly as possible in its natural state,” the refuge also hosts the University of New Mexico field station and more than 75 on-going research projects. Over 12 miles of trails are available for hikers at all skill levels. Visitors Center displays and videos explain flora, fauna, geology, and archeology. Sevilleta NWR is located off I-25 at exit 169.
For more information, call 575.864.4021 or check out the website: https://www.fws.gov/refuge/sevilleta