Nature Niños New Mexico

New Mexico Wildlife Federation

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Join us for our 52 Weeks of Nature Challenge!

Join us for our 52 Weeks of Nature Challenge for 2021!

  • Find a space in nature for 10 mins of quiet time 
  • Journal your nature insights using your 5 senses (writing, drawing, colorings, painting... all are encouraged)
  • Find time to nature journal AT LEAST once a week
  • Find our weekly challenges here
  • Feel free to share your experiences with us at sarah@nmwildlife.org or #52WON and/or #natureninos on all social media. 


Shared in our FB Cover Photo Contest (Oliwka Hill)
Shared in our FB Cover Photo Contest (Oliwka Hill)

Welcome to Nature Niños New Mexico! Nature Niños New Mexico will be a platform to share the great things that are happening around our state that revolve around getting our niños connected to nature in all of its forms.


New Mexico Wildlife Federation's mission is to inspire New Mexicans to conserve public landscapes, watersheds, and wildlife for our children's future. By doing this we must engage and inspire our youth to have meaningful connections with nature during their childhood, creating future stewards of our beautiful state and all of its natural elements.


NMWF is spending time creating partnerships with national and local organizations that share this same vision. We hope that YOU will also join the Nature Niños team by inspiring those around you to encourage and allow our youth to reengage in nature.


Please visits our Programs Page to see all the amazing opportunities that Nature Niños is offering for our New Mexico youth from PreK thru High School. 

Shared in our FB Cover Photo Contest (Yancey Ranspot)
Shared in our FB Cover Photo Contest (Yancey Ranspot)

NEWS

The Seismosaurus Trail is a 2.2 miles out and back trail located near the Ojito Wilderness near San Ysidro. The trail is flat but very rocky in some areas and is good for all skill levels. This area of the Ojito Wilderness offers some amazing desert views. Along the trails you can see an array of cacti and petrified...

Ever wonder how human impacts have changed the ecosystem in the Middle Rio Grande? Explore these changes as we take a look into the past, present and future of this landscape!