The Friends of the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge seeks a highly motivated and qualified leader to be its next Executive Director. The successful candidate will be the principal public face of the Friends and be responsible for leadership, management and general administration of the Friends in partnership with the Board of Directors and the Refuge. For further details, CLICK HERE. Deadline 29 May 2015.
We are arranging a birding trip to Cuba in January 2016! Look for endemic species such as Zapata Wren, Cuban Trogon, Fernandina’s Flicker, and the world’s smallest bird, the Bee Hummingbird. Click here to learn more!
Bosque Field Day for Kids was a tremendous success! Thank you to all of our sponsors. Stay tuned for a link to the photo page!
The 2015 Habitat! and April 2015 Bosque Watch Newsletter are available for download along with all past newsletters and Habitat!
Two National Wildlife Refuge System awards go to Bosque del Apache- 2015 Friends Group of the Year and Refuge Employee of the Year John Vradenburg!
Friend and former refuge resident naturalist Robert Kruidenier passed away in February. Look for a tribute to Robert in our April Bosque Watch.
During the recent Festival, we had a special photography workshop and photo contest out at the Very Large Array. Congratulations to top photos from Meggie Raeder, Bob Fugate, and Ed MacKerrow (Click names to see images!)
The 2014 Friends of the Bosque Photo Contest Winners have been announced!
Our online Bosque Nature Store is getting a makeover with some great new products. Check it out!
The 2014 Martha Hatch Volunteer of the Year is Kale Batsell! Thanks Kale!
Get Your Goose On! Rally Towels
Have you seen our new educational crane videos? Brush up on your knowledge of sandhill crane behavior, migration, feeding, dancing, and more! Go to our Video Page!
Want to learn more about research at the refuge? Check out our list of 2013 projects!
Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge is now on Facebook!
E.C.O.L.A.B. (Every Child Outside Learning About Bosque)- We are partnering with Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge and San Antonio Elementary for this intensive environmental education program!
Don't miss the adorable video of our mountain lion cubs from last year!
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