CNMAS Field Trips occur irregularly throughout the year on weekends. Notice that some trips are overnight events. Please make sure to contact your leader prior to the trip as plans may change, leaders appreciate it and some trips are limited to a set number of participants. CNMAS and its leaders encourage car-pooling, especially on longer trips.
Saturday-Sunday, April 22-23, 2023
Grant County, Silver City Area
w/ Bob Wilcox
We will be able to bird for 2 days in a number of locations. Perhaps we’ll do some owling Saturday night. Many of you have never heard the Mexican Spotted Owl sing. There will be a meet and greet conference with other Audubon organizations around the Southwest in Silver City that same weekend. Bob has a good location for ranch birding south of Silver City, and we should visit the mountains north of town too. It will be slightly early for some of the warblers, but some will be there. Bob will give a program on the use of Inaturalist and Ebird to research birding trips.
As always please RSVP. Bob’s email is firstname.lastname@example.org, and phone is 575-590-2115. Please text him your contact info including phone if you’re coming. He’s missed a few calls because he didn’t have people in his contacts.
Saturday, May 13, 2023
w/ Bob Wilcox
We return to Melrose Woods for International Migration Count Day. We will stay in Fort Sumner on Friday night (May 12) again. A program about the migrant warblers seen in New Mexico.
As always please RSVP. Bob’s email is email@example.com, and phone is 575-590-2115. Please text him your contact info including phone if you’re coming.
If you have any comments, concerns, suggestions, or praise for the CNMAS Field Trips contact the Field Trip Director.