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Evening in the Corrales Bosque

  • Coors Blvd NW & Alameda Blvd NW Albuquerque, NM 87114 (map)

We'll explore a bit of the Corrales Bosque Preserve near Romero Road.  The Corrales Bosque Preserve is, in the view of many, the nicest and most environmentally productive Bosque in the Albuquerque area.  The Corps of Engineers has been doing a project in this area, so we'll explore to see what they have been doing.  We'll think about what a desired state for the Bosque in the Rio Grande Valley State Park might be. And most of all, we'll enjoy a lovely summer evening in the Bosque.

Where to meet:  Meet in the parking lot of the Kirtland Federal Credit Union at the northeast corner of Alameda and Coors/Corrales Rd.  We'll convoy to Romero Road, which can be a bit hard to find if you don't know where it is.

What to Bring: Whatever you usually bring for a short, easy hike.  With all the rain, there will likely be a few mosquitoes, so long sleeves or repellant are recommended.

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Earlier Event: August 1
Medicinal Plants of the Bosque
Later Event: September 12
Bosque Restoration Day