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Audio & Video Resources




Wintering Cranes at Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge
3 min.

Produced by Friends of the Bosque del Apache NWR and Flying Cloud Films
with funding from Thrivent Financial
Released September 2013


This short film explains the activities and behaviors exhibited by sandhill cranes during a typical winter day at Bosque del Apache NWR.



Cranes of the Rockies - A Year in the Lives of Rocky Mountain Population Sandhill Cranes
5 min.

Produced by Friends of the Bosque del Apache NWR and Flying Cloud Films
with funding from Thrivent Financial
Released September 2013


This short film takes you on a journey through the life stages and annual migration of Bosque del Apache NWR's popular winter residents - the Rocky Mountain Population of greater sandhill cranes.




Bosque del Apache NWR Audio Tour: May-September Editioncd image
Released May 2012
Download zipped file ( 55 MB).

After the cranes and geese have all headed north, Refuge visitors experience a whole different world of neotropical migrants, desert-adapted wildlife, and carefully orchestrated flooding, drying, farming, and fallowing management regimes. This zipped file contains the 19 tracks of our Spring-Summer Audio Tour geared at giving visitors an appreciation for the beauty, diversity, history, and future of our Refuge as it relates to what they may see along the Tour Loop from May through September. The tour was written by Andrea Harris Brophy and produced by InCrowd Productions with a grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. Bird sounds are courtesy of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology / Macaulay Library. The cd's can be purchased from the Visitor Center for $2.75.




Bosque del Apache NWR Audio Tour: October-April Editioncd image
Released September 2012
Download zipped file ( 56 MB).

The fall, winter, and early spring are exciting times at Bosque del Apache with migrating shorebirds, abundant raptors, and the overwintering ducks, light geese, and sandhill cranes that have made this Refuge a favorite destination for wildlife lovers and photographers. This zipped file contains the 19 tracks of our Fall-Winter Audio Tour geared at giving visitors an appreciation for the beauty, diversity, history, and future of our Refuge as it relates to what they may see along the Tour Loop from October through April. The tour was written by Andrea Harris Brophy and produced by InCrowd Productions with a grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. Bird sounds are courtesy of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology / Macaulay Library. The cd's can be purchased from the Visitor Center for $2.75.




Oasis for Wildlife
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service National Conservation Training Center
America's Wildest Places


Teddy Roosevelt's your host as "America's Wildest Places - Volume 2 takes you to six more of America's outstanding National Wildlife Refuges. Courtesy publicresource.org




Back to the Bosque
Children's Video for Bosque del Apache NWR

Sandy, your tour guide, explains how and why the Bosque became a National Refuge and how the bird and animal populations are managed there. Breathtaking scenery and lively, colorful graphics highlight this fun and educational video produced by New Mexico State University. To view Back to the Bosque on other sites (such as TeacherTube.com) or to download the video, please click here for links: www.friendsofthebosque.org/videos






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