A long, underground culvert leads you to the visitor's center where exhibits explain the geology, wildlife and plant life ... More
Rio Grande Nature Center
A long, underground culvert leads you to the visitor's center where exhibits explain the geology, wildlife and plant life of the area. Rio Grande Nature Center is a beautiful place to visit with its walking bridge and cottonwood shaded pathways. This wildlife refuge is situated along the Rio Grande and is a great way to learn about the ecosystem of the Bosque. Take a leisurely stroll, a bike ride or an invigorating hike on one of the walking trails.
It was pretty fun and you can learn a lot from the exibits. I think that they had a good childerens museum and that helped the childeren learn about ecosystems. It would be usefull if they had it located in a better place near the river, like not putting it so close to housing and other human-developed areas.
When you walk through the doors of this Old Town museum and shop, you may find yourself warily glancing behind
the door. But there are no snakes slithering about the store, their crawl space is in the back room ...
Just 17 minutes from Albuquerque via the Sandia Peak Tramway , this popular full service alpine ski area boasts 30
trails. Ski season begins on Thanksgiving weekend and usually ends the first of April. The ski area is ideal ...
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