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Birding at Pancho Villa State Park

Located in the Chihuahuan Desert near the Mexican border, this park is in the border town of Columbus, NM.

The flora and water from irrigation draw many birds including: curve-billed thrasher, cactus wren, greater roadrunner, great horned owl, Inca dove, ladder-backed woodpecker, verdin, pyrrhuloxia, Gamble's quail, and black-throated sparrow. In summer, look for Bullock’s and Scott’s orioles and bronzed cowbird. Visit Pancho Villa State Park for a unique birding experience.  

 

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HOURS

24 Hours Daily

 

 

ADDRESS & PHONE

400 West Highway 9
Columbus, NM 88029
575-531-2711

 

CONTACT

John Read
Manager
john.read@state.nm.us


 

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