Photo: Martha Marks
With about 500 different birds on New Mexico's state bird list--one of the highest--it should come as no surprise that there are a lot of favorite places to see birds in our state!
Birds are magical. They inspire us and have the ability to motivate us into action. Birds are a gateway to engage people in our natural world - through festivals, events, birding trails, volunteer opportunities, classes, bird clubs, Audubon chapters, nature centers, parks, and Audubon Centers.
Where is your favorite place to bird? With 542 species on New Mexico’s state bird list – one of the highest – it should come as no surprise that there are a lot of favorite places!
Don't miss these highlights on your way in or out of our Land of Enchantment!
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