Sandhill Autumn On The Gila

Upper Gila River, New Mexico

Cottonwood and sycamore trees line a broad floodplain where the Gila River spills from its Mogollon Mountains headwaters in the Gila Wilderness. Still untamed here, the river irrigates hay and alfalfa while supporting an incredible web of life between tiny towns Cliff and Gila. A small population of sandhill cranes spend winter here, south of the big Rocky Mountain Population at Bosque Del Apache NWR. The upper Gila is threatened by diversion and I've had the good fortune of working with The Nature Conservancy at the Lichty Center on the Upper Gila, where Martha Cooper works in community to keep the Gila free-flowing through this upper reach. . Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.

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