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mountain plover breeding sites near ABQ NM (1 Viewer)

cassowary

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Greetings,

I had a look for mountain plover last week at the site on white lakes road near clines corner; and the site east of santa domingo pueblo with no success. So I welcome feedback if you have had success at any site near ABQ.

I don't think this is sensitive information as other sites further out from ABQ are reasonably documented.

By the way if anyone is looking for specific species near ABQ you are welcome to PM me. I might be able to help.
 
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CLRobles

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Greetings,

I had a look for mountain plover last week at the site on white lakes road near clines corner; and the site east of santa domingo pueblo with no success. So I welcome feedback if you have had success at any site near ABQ.

I don't think this is sensitive information as other sites further out from ABQ are reasonably documented.

By the way if anyone is looking for specific species near ABQ you are welcome to PM me. I might be able to help.

Hi Mike, Do you live in ABQ? Or were you just passing through?
 

cassowary

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CLRobles,

Greetings,

I currently live in ABQ. Anyway, I have had success at the white lakes road site recently but the birds were very hard. By the way, Dusky Grouse are relitively easy at the moment, just below the aspen picnic area in santa fe.
 

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