Cibola National Wildlife Refuge


Hi friends! I hope you’re having a great week!

Monday marked the beginning of my spring semester of school and I’ve added another course to my schedule, so I will be taking three classes instead of two, as I have done the past two semesters. I know that it may not seem like much, but I want to be sure that I can juggle all my responsibilities and still perform well in school. My hope is to be full time in the fall.

In addition to cooking and studying, I really enjoy spending time outdoors and visiting places of interest, such as museums, monuments, parks, etc. However, in our neck of the woods, it is difficult to find a vast array of places to visit. So, I spend time researching less known places to go.


One of these places is Cibola National Wildlife Refuge. It is about a twenty minute drive from our town, and it is in the middle of nowhere. In contrast, it does draw a good number of visitors during the winter months. Along with an interesting and informative visitor’s center, they  have a great walking trail and a vehicle loop to drive.


Our family visits at least once a year, but this trip was certainly the best. We were delighted to see a large number of geese, ducks, and other various birds. I just had to share some of our pictures!


I know that you all are probably too far to enjoy our Wildlife Refuge, but please be sure to check out the National Wildlife Refuge website There are locations all over the United States for you to enjoy.






Enjoy! ❤



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