Download PDF by Judith Liddell,Barbara Hussey: Birding Hot Spots of Santa Fe, Taos, and Northern New Mexico

By Judith Liddell,Barbara Hussey

In their moment consultant to birding in New Mexico, Judy Liddell and Barbara Hussey proportion their studies and intimate wisdom of the easiest areas to discover birds in and round Santa Fe and different components in northern New Mexico.

Following an identical structure as their ebook at the Albuquerque sector, the authors describe 32 websites equipped by means of geographic areas. in addition to a common description of every sector, the authors record aim birds; clarify the place and while to seem for them; supply using instructions; supply information regarding public transportation, parking, charges, restrooms, nutrition, and accommodation; and provides tips about availability of water and picnic amenities and at the presence of risks comparable to poison ivy, rattlesnakes, and bears. Maps and pictures offer path diagrams and pictures of a few of the objective birds and their environments.

A “helpful details” part masking climate, altitude, protection, transportation, and different neighborhood birding assets is incorporated besides an annotated record of 276 poultry species visible with a few regularity in and round Santa Fe.

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