Words and photographs copyright Scott Bourne Bosque del Apache lies in the Albuquerque Basin, near the Rio Grande astride New Mexico Route 1, formerly U.S. Highway 85. It borders the Chupadera and San Pascual Mountains. The nearly 60,000-acre refuge was founded in 1939. It’s located in central New Mexico, 80 minutes south of the Albuquerque airport. It’s just south of the small town of Socorro, New Mexico, which happens to be the best place to use as a home base during any Bosque trip. A 12-mile, unpaved, but well-maintained dirt road through the refuge provides great bird watching and...Read More
Author: Scott Bourne
Olympic National Park is vast. It covers 3,600 square miles. It’s so vast that it’s like four parks in one.Read More
As a resident of the Seattle area, I’m fortunate enough to find myself surrounded by natural beauty. I can jump in the car and in less than three hours find myself at the gates of many deserving spots, but one of my favorites is Mt. Rainier National Park.Read More
Seated deep within the heart of eastern Washington is an area broadly referred to as the “Palouse.” While there’s a town called Palouse, Washington, there’s much more to the area than one small town.Read More
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