Saturday, June 9, 2012

Animals Right Here In Our Own Backyard

The Mesilla Valley Bosque State Park is located just four miles west of Las Cruces. A bosque is a riverside forest. When it rains, water runs off of the Rio Grande river and provides the area with enough water to form small lakes and marshes. Many animals live here, animals that don't live anywhere else in our area. So let's check some of these animals out:

The park rangers use motion sensitive cameras to capture images and videos of the animals roaming the park.
Trail cameras photos

This video shows a coyote attacking a beaver at the bosque (it's a little violent, but that's nature!).

Youtube videos from the state park motion cameras

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