Catron County, New Mexico has about 400 miles of paved road, and we're planning to walk every mile of it ... eventually ...

Saturday, November 18, 2006

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  • At 10:42 AM, Anonymous Ron Bloomquist said…

    Thanks for the Sandhill Crane photos. I visited the Whitewater Draw east of Bisbee, AZ last February when the last of the Sandhill Cranes were still hanging around, only 10,000 or so left that late in their migratory manouvers!!

    Most impressive.

    And thanks for your blog

  • At 11:52 AM, Blogger Suzanne said…

    Hi, Ron! Thanks for your comment. Strictly speaking, the Bosque del Apache isn't in Catron County, so doesn't belong in a Catron County Walking blog, but I couldn't resist posting about them. I've seen flocks of sandhill cranes south of Catron in Grant County, and east of Catron in Socorro County, but never here - if there was more water here maybe we'd get some. I saw a small flock of whooping cranes north of Albuquerque in 1988 - sadly I've never seen them since.


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