Our farm's location on the edge of the Rio Grande Bosque means we are perfectly situated to enjoy and explore our native ecosystem, teeming with biodiversity to explore. Each winter, the woodlands attract countless migratory birds, making New Mexico an internationally beloved birdwatching destination.
Join David Buckley, a graduate of the Seattle Audubon Master Birder program and New Mexican resident/birding enthusiast for over 20 years, for a nature walk exploring the Los Poblanos grounds and surrounding area. David has extensive experience with birdwatching, including writing and research projects, and has led trips for Hawks Aloft (a nonprofit education and research organization focusing on the birds of New Mexico), Central New Mexico Audubon and Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge in Albuquerque. Whether you are an experienced birdwatcher, or keen to try something new, David is the perfect guide to share the wonder of birds with visitors to Los Poblanos this winter.
This walk will last approximately 1 hour and cover 1-2 miles of gravel paths and uneven ground. Please come prepared with comfortable walking shoes and weather-appropriate attire.
We are pleased to offer this as a complimentary experience exclusively for our lodging guests. To reserve your space, please contact our Ambassador at email@example.com who is delighted to assist in making additional reservations and offering recommendations for your visit.
Date & Time
- Friday, December 3, 20219:30 - 10:30 AM
- Friday, January 7, 20229:30 - 10:30 AM
- Friday, February 4, 20229:30 - 10:30 AM