January 16, 2015. Wildlife photo project in Bosque Del Apache

January 16, 2015. For six days, we went to photograph sandhill cranes and snow geese that are wintering in the wetlands of Bosque Del Apache in New Mexico in the United States.

We are working on a project for migrant birds in the wetlands. It was our first trip to this incredible place. We were surprised by the size of the wetlands. Birds are sometimes hard to find. Geese and cranes spend their days in the fields. When night falls, they fly to the wetlands to get to get a protection against predators such as coyotes. We came back with eight very successful pictures.

In addition to the wildlife project, we realized landscape photographs because the sunrises and the sunsets are absolutely beautiful.

 

A sandhill crane flying in the sky of Bosque Del Apache in New Mexico, United States
A sandhill crane flying in the sky of Bosque Del Apache in New Mexico, United States.

A sandhill crane flying in the sky of Bosque Del Apache in New Mexico, United States.
A sandhill crane flying in the sky of Bosque Del Apache in New Mexico, United States.

A flock of snow geese in the sky of Bosque Del Apache in New Mexico, United States
A flock of snow geese in the sky of Bosque Del Apache in New Mexico, United States.

A sunrise on the wetlands of Bosque Del Apache in New Mexico, United States
A sunrise on the wetlands of Bosque Del Apache in New Mexico, United States.

A sunset on the wetlands of Bosque Del Apache in New Mexico, United States
A sunset on the wetlands of Bosque Del Apache in New Mexico, United States.

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