Bosque Bill's Backyard includes diverse natural areas for birding, biking, hiking, photography such as this lovely view of the Sandia Mountains from the Rio Grande Nature Center in Albuquerque.

Featuring many beautiful, natural areas in the central region of this Land of Enchantment.

Sandhill Cranes

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Be sure to check out the listing of wild birds spotted in Bosque Bill's Backyard and along the bosque south of Corrales (south of the Alameda bridge,) New Mexico. The observations are no longer being recorded, but still provide insight into species likely to be seen

The bird species sightings are now organized in a database. This allows automatic generation of monthly bird observations, bird sightings organized by month from January of 2007 through 2012, and even a display that charts population trends for the year.

Bosque Bill's Backyard has recently been certified by the National Wildlife Federation. Why don't you join me?

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Great trails for biking and hiking:
Check out my trails map for the Corrales and Alameda Bosque. The trail map includes features you can select including convenient parking areas and services, and there are markers that will display photos of sections of the trail so you can see how beautiful the bosque is to walk, hike, bike, bird or ride your horse through.

I've also added a map of mountain biking trails in the Sandia Foothills.

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