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Featured Critter – American Robin
American robins, often considered a harbinger of spring, are ubiquitous in the area, particularly during summer when they can be seen hopping and running around backyards and fields. These large songbirds are mostly brown with reddish-orange breasts and a distinctive black and white striped throat. American robins are known for their “robin’s egg blue” eggs…
Chasing New Mexico Monarchs in California
Read about Steve’s latest adventures viewing Monarchs in California.
Featured Critters – Woodrats
Woodrats, also known as packrats, look like typical rats except that they have hairy tails versus scaly, hairless ones. While there are numerous species throughout the US, there are three found in northern NM: the bushy-tailed, Mexican, and white-throated with the white-throated most common locally. Woodrats are typically loners living in dens used for nesting…
Mythology of Trees
We see trees all the time, but do we really take the time to look at them and consider their significance? Explore some of the mythology of trees across cultures with Terry Foxx.