A pair of sandhill cranes fly over the desert of Central New Mexico in the early morning sun.
Just after taking off from its nighttime water roost a sandhill crane makes an eirie call. .
Just at dusk a sandhill crane lands in the shallow water nighttime roost.
A pair of sandhill cranes have a territorial dispute.
Snow goose preparing to land.
An unusual angle of a sandhill crane soaring in the beautiful early morning light.
Sandhill crane splashes down.
Just prior to sunrise a sandhill crane leaves its nighttime roost.
Marsh hawk feeding on a dead snow goose.
Flying sandhill crane in the beautiful early morning light.
Early morning llight on a restinlg flamingo.
Another flying sandhill cfane in the early morning lilght.
A lucky shot of sandhill cranes flying in front of the full moon.
Trio of sandhill cranes preparing to land right at sunset.
Predawn trio of sandhill cranes setting their wings to land in a corn field.
Thousands of snow geese lift off in the early morning light.
A family of sandhill cranes relaxing in their nighttime roots.
Sandhill crane just after takeoff from its roost lake.
Raptors such as this American Kestral are abundant at Bosque del Apache.
Use a slow shutter speed for unique images of flying birds.
The key to a great blur image is to keep the eye in focus.
flying pair of cranes.
Tens of thiousands of ducks, such as thie Pintail, inhabit Bosque del Apache.
Mallard ducks are common on the Refuge.
The most beautiful duck in North America this wood duck floats in the calm waters of a reflective poind.
Snow geese form huge flocks at Bosque del Apache.
Predawn image of sandhill cranes in their nightly roost.