Tag Archives: New Mexico

Snowbird Migrate Southward To U.S. Sunbelt

As refugees from the frozen north, snowbirds escape winter at home by migrating southward each year. There is an actual bird, the common snowbird, or dark-eyed junco, that migrates south from the cold in groups. John James Audubon, the great … Continue reading

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Best Fall Foliage, Leaf Peepers & The National Media

Known for its vibrant culture and rich history, Taos, New Mexico and the Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway have earned their positions among leaf peepers and national media alike as being one of the top locations in the United States to … Continue reading

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3 Places To Go In August

This is it: The last full month of summer. Don’t start pulling out the sweaters yet. There’s still a full month of summer to enjoy. Before the cool air starts moving in, these three festival hot spots are great for … Continue reading

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RV Travel Tips for Pet Owners

Attention pet lovers: recreational vehicles and pets are a perfect match. Traveling in an RV gives you the ability to bring your family pet along for the fun. With the company of your animal companion and without the anxiety of … Continue reading

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Construction Underway at 260-site Angel Fire RV Resort

Angel Fire Resort’s new multi-million dollar luxury RV park is beginning to take shape. After installing the footers and stem walls on the 2,526 square-foot gate house, which is the first structure being built in the RV resort, the general … Continue reading

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Top 3 National Wildlife Refuges Scenic Drives

To really explore a national wildlife refuge, of course, you’ll want to get out of your vehicle. But when time is limited or you want to get the lay of the land before you set out on a trail, a scenic … Continue reading

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Super National Wildlife Refuge Drives

To really explore a national wildlife refuge, of course, you’ll want to get out of your vehicle. But when time is limited or you want to get the lay of the land before you set out on a trail, a scenic … Continue reading

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Human Encounters with Bears Turn Deadly

Recent media reports detail numerous human encounters with black bears. In most instances the bears became food-conditioned, lost their natural fear of humans, and become a threat as they roamed in search of an easy meal. These bear was either … Continue reading

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Lesser Known National Park Gems

Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon deserve the appreciation they receive, but the National Park System includes more than 400 places, scores of lesser known sites that will reward a visit—and are far less crowded than big-name parks. Add an extra … Continue reading

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The Truth Is Here: A Great Place to Crash as UFO Festival Invades Roswell

“…In early July 1947, a mysterious object crashed on a ranch 30 miles north of Roswell” As the story goes, sixty-six years ago, a rancher named W.W. Mack Brazel checked his sheep after a thunderstorm and found debris made of … Continue reading

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