Every autumn, sandhill cranes migrate back to the areas along the Rio Grande, filling the air with their loose Vs and circles as they look for prime landing fields. Standing four to five feet high with a wingspread of seven feet, these stately red-capped birds are the delight of nature lovers. Join us for this 2.5-mile walk on level terrain to view the cranes, before they head north as warmer weather approaches. No restrooms available. Limited enrollment.
Colston Chandler, an Albuquerque resident for more that 50 years and UNM professor of physics for 36 of those years, is an outdoor enthusiast who has led many Oasis walks (mostly in the bosque).