A pair of sandhill cranes fly over the desert of Central New Mexico in the early morning sun.
An unusual image of flying cranes. Almost like a reflection.
Trio of cranes floating in the sunset preparing to land.
The dark background help this sandhill crand stand out.
One of the many thousands of pintail ducks at Bosque.
Pair of wood ducks floating in the unsual colored water.
Gadwall in the reflective green water.
Unusual colored snow goose.
In the same plane and with the wings in the same posiition-lucky shot.
Landing snow goose.
Marsh hawks are one of the manyh species of raptors speiding their wingers at Bosque.
Small family of cranes against the New Mexico desert backdrop.
A lucky desert snow storm makes of interesting images.
Early morning image of a sandhill crane roost pond.
Sandhill crane roosting in the cold waters of a roadside pond.
Predawn image of sandhill cranes in their nightly roost.
Dark skies and help the flying geese standout as they leave their pond.
Snow geese form huge flocks at Bosque del Apache.
The most beautiful duck in North America this wood duck floats in the calm waters of a reflective poind.
Mallard ducks are common on the Refuge.
Tens of thiousands of ducks, such as thie Pintail, inhabit Bosque del Apache.
flying pair of cranes.