The New Mexico bosque is home to a large variety of wildlife with over 500 species of vertebrates alone.
On this 2 hour tour we'll explore the 'woodlands' along the Rio Grande and see a diversity of animals, birds and insects in a delicate dance among a fragile ecosystem.
Fall 2015, watch my blog for details and schedules - www.Gypsy-Soul.net
I have been certified as an EMT, Firearms Instructor, Martial Arts Instructor, CPR & First Aid instructor, Personal Trainer, Rescue Diver and Certified Interpretive Guide (teaches classes in the wilderness). I was in the Army National Guard and regular Navy. I've been professionally trained in Mountain Search & Rescue, Wildland Fire Suppression and the Incident Command System as well as outdoor leadership, outdoor survival and herbology. I've worked as a Rover and a Certified Interpretive Guide for the US Forest Service as well as an Assistant Dive Master for a Ft. Lauderdale dive shop. I spent 2 years living off grid in a thousand dollar 'house' I built just west of the Monzano mountains, so I have a decent understanding of the high desert and it's environs. I especially enjoy giving school presentations and am happy to tailor a presentation to fit your classroom standards and grade levels.
A small reference handout
Be prepared for a New Mexico fall day at 5,000 feet
Protection from the elements. The tour goes rain or shine (snicker).
Be prepared for a New Mexico fall day at 5,000 feet. Bring water and sunscreen, extra water and extra sunscreen and protection from the elements. The tour goes rain or shine (snicker).
Full refund 2 days prior to tour.
A local Albuquerque trailhead
Meet at trail head and have pre-trip briefing. Expect light to moderate hiking with frequent stops as we explore plants and other natural features.
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