Photographs Show New Mexico's Wildlife on the Move
Today the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science opened a new exhibit, Migratory Journeys: New Mexico’s Wildlife on the Move. It showcases the state's diverse and, as you'll soon see, very photogenic wildlife.
Amateur and student photophers provided the images, which were judged at the museum. The top prize was awarded to Dustin Huntington’s “Wandering glider—Long distant dragonfly migrant,” a photo captured at Bitter Lakes National Wildlife Refuge in Roswell, New Mexico.
“The level of creativity demonstrated in this year’s entries is impressive," said Hollis J. Gillespie, Museum Executive Director. "It is a delight to see photographs exploring this topic from all over the state."
Here are some of the other winning entries:
Ladybird Beetle, Sharyn Davidson
Waving Western Grebe, Barbara McGuire
Stalking Prey, Jim Gale
Migratory Grasshopper, Sharyn Davidson
Landing Zone, George E. Pearce
Rufus Hummingbird, Gail Yovanovich
Black-Necked Stilts, Sandra Noll
Sandhill Cranes leave for feeding grounds near the Rio Grande tandem, Gail Yovanovich
Tarantula at Eye Level, Erv Nichols