NEWS


 

Nature Ninos New Mexico will be hiring staff for our summer camp and assisting in the hire of our partners YCC Crew. We have multiple positions available.

2022 Outdoor Adventure Camp is a FREE summer camp community collaboration between Nature Niños New Mexico and Albuquerque Sign Language Academy. We will provide a hands-on, inclusive learning environment carefully tailored to support each student's unique needs to flourish and reach their full potential within the outdoors! Our priority is...

On March 5th, the New Mexico Wildlife Federation and Nature Niños hosted an event in Deming. This event was held at Trees Lake, a city conservation plan to build a recreation area on a former landfill. Despite some wind, it was a beautiful and a fun day for all the families! Fishing poles, backpacks of swag items, and other free...

We have so much fun in our Nature Niños classes every week! Our goal at Nature Niños is to provide youth with opportunities to connect with the outdoors in meaningful and mindful engagement. One way we can do this is through our community partnerships and this week we had some great opportunities!

We have been pleased to announced that the New Mexico Wildlife Federation and Nature Niños New Mexico has been awarded the Multistate Conservation Grant from the Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies. Nature Niños will implement this grant in the Mi Tierra Salvaje (My Wild Land) project. This project will conduct research on the best practices of...

Nature Niños has been awarded the Multistate Conservation Grant from the Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies. This grant will be used for our Mi Tierra Salvaje project, focused on creating a toolkit to create youth programs focused on engaging underserved youth and families in the outdoors.

Nature Niños New Mexico will be hosting Tiny Tree's Story & Art Program which is designed for kids ages 3-8 years old!

The Pino Loop Trail at Elena Gallegos didn't disappoint today! We found everything on our scavenger hunt except a Whiptail Lizard (it's a little early in the season for them to be out and about).

Our amazing partners, Albuquerque Sign Language Academy received a $10,000 Outdoor Equity Fund grant to bring more young New Mexicans into its Honey Badger Conservation Crew.