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2004-04-02: NM: Socorro: 507 Fitch

@home: Socorro: 507 Fitch
Dove, Inca 
2 @Socorro: 507 Fitch
2 @Socorro: 507 Fitch
Thrasher, Curve-billed 
@Socorro: 507 Fitch
@Socorro: 507 Fitch
Grackle, Common 
6 @Socorro: 507 Fitch
6 @Socorro: 507 Fitch

2004-04-04: NM: Alamillo

@Alam: Alamillo
From the San Acacia exit on I-25, the road going west and then south is Alamillo.
Flycatcher, Vermilion 
1♂[fide Alan Kerr & Stephany Moore] @Alamillo
1♂[fide Alan Kerr & Stephany Moore] @Alamillo

2004-04-05: NM: Socorro

@TBay: New Mexico Tech: Turtle Bay
@Terry: New Mexico Tech: Terry Lake
@day: Socorro
@home: Socorro: 507 Fitch
Wigeon, American 
62 @New Mexico Tech: Turtle Bay
62 @New Mexico Tech: Turtle Bay
Redhead 
11 @New Mexico Tech: Terry Lake
11 @New Mexico Tech: Terry Lake
Duck, Ring-necked 
1♂ @New Mexico Tech: Turtle Bay
1♂ @New Mexico Tech: Turtle Bay
Scaup, Lesser 
2♂ @New Mexico Tech: Turtle Bay
2♂ @New Mexico Tech: Turtle Bay
Grebe, Pied-billed 
1 @New Mexico Tech: Terry Lake
1 @New Mexico Tech: Terry Lake
Grebe, Eared 
1 @New Mexico Tech: Terry Lake
1 @New Mexico Tech: Terry Lake
Coot, American 
15 @New Mexico Tech: Terry Lake
15 @New Mexico Tech: Terry Lake
Sapsucker, Red-naped 
@New Mexico Tech: Turtle Bay
Description: Red throated bordered all in in black; red nape spot.
@New Mexico Tech: Turtle Bay
Description: Red throated bordered all in in black; red nape spot.
Raven, Common 
@Socorro: 507 Fitch
Heard near the fairway that runs along the south side of Canyon Road, where Common Ravens have bred in multiple previous years.
Vocalizations: Croaks heard.
@Socorro: 507 Fitch
Heard near the fairway that runs along the south side of Canyon Road, where Common Ravens have bred in multiple previous years.
Vocalizations: Croaks heard.
Kinglet, Ruby-crowned 
@New Mexico Tech: Turtle Bay
@New Mexico Tech: Turtle Bay
Phainopepla 
1♂ @Socorro: 507 Fitch
1♂ @Socorro: 507 Fitch
1♀ @Socorro: 507 Fitch
Behavior: Sitting close to male; begging?
1♀ @Socorro: 507 Fitch
Behavior: Sitting close to male; begging?

2004-04-06: NM: Socorro: 507 Fitch

@home: Socorro: 507 Fitch
Dove, Inca 
@Socorro: 507 Fitch
@Socorro: 507 Fitch
Finch, House 
10 @Socorro: 507 Fitch
I don't usually take much notice of this species, as they're so regular at my feeder, but thought I'd mention that they're still here all the time.
10 @Socorro: 507 Fitch
I don't usually take much notice of this species, as they're so regular at my feeder, but thought I'd mention that they're still here all the time.

2004-04-08: NM: Socorro: 507 Fitch

@home: Socorro: 507 Fitch
Scrub-Jay, Western 
1 @Socorro: 507 Fitch
1 @Socorro: 507 Fitch

2004-04-09: NM: Socorro; Water Canyon

@RR: Socorro: Railroad station
@WC: Magdalenas: Water Canyon Campground
@day: Socorro; Water Canyon
@home: Socorro: 507 Fitch
Vulture, Turkey 
1 @Magdalenas: Water Canyon Campground
1 @Magdalenas: Water Canyon Campground
Hawk, Red-tailed 
1 @Magdalenas: Water Canyon Campground
1 @Magdalenas: Water Canyon Campground
Collared-Dove, Eurasian 
1 @Socorro: Railroad station
1 @Socorro: Railroad station
Dove, White-winged 
1 @Socorro: Railroad station
1 @Socorro: Railroad station
Dove, Mourning 
3+ @Socorro: Railroad station
3+ @Socorro: Railroad station
Dove, Inca 
4 @Socorro: 507 Fitch
4 @Socorro: 507 Fitch
Phoebe, Say's 
@Magdalenas: Water Canyon Campground
Big pavilion.
Behavior: Flycatching.
Vocalizations: 'see-er'
@Magdalenas: Water Canyon Campground
Big pavilion.
Behavior: Flycatching.
Vocalizations: 'see-er'
Jay, Steller's 
@Magdalenas: Water Canyon Campground
Vocalizations: Mewing call 'jaaatch', sometimes with a metallic, almost bell-like 'tink' at the end.
@Magdalenas: Water Canyon Campground
Vocalizations: Mewing call 'jaaatch', sometimes with a metallic, almost bell-like 'tink' at the end.
Raven, Common 
@Magdalenas: Water Canyon Campground
Vocalizations: Heard a sort of rattle or gurgle call, similar to one I heard coming out of a Chihuahuan Raven in Hobbs years ago.
@Magdalenas: Water Canyon Campground
Vocalizations: Heard a sort of rattle or gurgle call, similar to one I heard coming out of a Chihuahuan Raven in Hobbs years ago.
Swallow, Northern Rough-winged 
2 @Socorro: Railroad station
2 @Socorro: Railroad station
Nuthatch, White-breasted 
@Magdalenas: Water Canyon Campground
@Magdalenas: Water Canyon Campground
Kinglet, Ruby-crowned 
@Magdalenas: Water Canyon Campground
Heard only.
@Magdalenas: Water Canyon Campground
Heard only.
Thrasher, Curve-billed 
1 @Socorro: 507 Fitch
'Megabill', the bird with the huge upper mandible, much longer than the lower.
1 @Socorro: 507 Fitch
'Megabill', the bird with the huge upper mandible, much longer than the lower.
Meadowlark, Western 
# @Magdalenas: Water Canyon Campground
Near US 60.
Vocalizations: 'tsyup, tweedle BER-zer-ker' or maybe '-tear-jer-ker'.
# @Magdalenas: Water Canyon Campground
Near US 60.
Vocalizations: 'tsyup, tweedle BER-zer-ker' or maybe '-tear-jer-ker'.

2004-04-10: NM: Socorro-Bosque del Apache

Notable:  Clark's Grebe; Franklin's Gull
@BdA: Bosque del Apache NWR
@SAnt: San Antonio
@day: Socorro-Bosque del Apache
Route 1300 leave Socorro via NM-1 and County A-101; 1320 arrive Bosque del Apache; main loop including seasonal road, leave 1630.
Weather Weather started sunny and warm, soon clouding over with sporadic rain, and a fair amount of hail up to about 5mm diameter. Winds low to moderate.
Missed Most of the expected shorebirds; the only shorebirds were Killdeer, Greater Yellowlegs, and both recurvirostrids.
Film A few more frames on the roll of KR-64, taken out in mid-roll, to restart at frame 14. Start new EL-400.
Goose, Canada 
40+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
40+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Gadwall 
@Bosque del Apache NWR
Second most numerous duck on the refuge.
@Bosque del Apache NWR
Second most numerous duck on the refuge.
Mallard 
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
Teal, Blue-winged 
Easy to find south of the center road and also west of the seasonal road.
2004-04-10-0008
7+♂ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Easy to find south of the center road and also west of the seasonal road.
7+♂ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Easy to find south of the center road and also west of the seasonal road.
2+♀ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Easy to find south of the center road and also west of the seasonal road.
2+♀ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Easy to find south of the center road and also west of the seasonal road.
Teal, Cinnamon 
~80 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Most numerous teal today.
~80 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Most numerous teal today.
Shoveler, Northern 
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
Most numerous duck.
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
Most numerous duck.
Pintail, Northern 
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
A few mixed in with the Shovelers.
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
A few mixed in with the Shovelers.
Teal, American Green-winged 
40 @Bosque del Apache NWR
40 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Redhead 
20 @Bosque del Apache NWR
20 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Scaup, Lesser 
3♂ @Bosque del Apache NWR
3♂ @Bosque del Apache NWR
1♀ @Bosque del Apache NWR
1♀ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Goldeneye, Common 
1♀ @Bosque del Apache NWR
On the northern section of the pond containing the Boardwalk but visible only from the loop.
1♀ @Bosque del Apache NWR
On the northern section of the pond containing the Boardwalk but visible only from the loop.
Duck, Ruddy 
600+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
600+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Pheasant, Ring-necked 
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
Grebe, Pied-billed 
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
Grebe, Eared 
1 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Description: Alternate plumage.
1 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Description: Alternate plumage.
Aechmophorus sp. 
2 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Description: I thought these two had more black on the face but couldn't be sure.
With the Clark's, but they stayed resolutely in the folded ``tape dispenser'' position.
2 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Description: I thought these two had more black on the face but couldn't be sure.
With the Clark's, but they stayed resolutely in the folded ``tape dispenser'' position.
Grebe, Clark's 
1 @Bosque del Apache NWR
North end of the Boardwalk pond.
Description: Bright yellow bill, the eye in white.
1 @Bosque del Apache NWR
North end of the Boardwalk pond.
Description: Bright yellow bill, the eye in white.
Cormorant, Neotropic 
~12 @Bosque del Apache NWR
~12 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Cormorant, Double-crested 
1 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Description: The only cormorant near the large cormorant interpretive sign on the Boardwalk was this single bird, showing the rear margin of the orange gular pouch clearly plunging straight down to meet the throat, not forming a sharp point as in the Neotropic. Furthermore it had the two nuptial ``horns'' on its head, blowing in the sharp breeze.
1 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Description: The only cormorant near the large cormorant interpretive sign on the Boardwalk was this single bird, showing the rear margin of the orange gular pouch clearly plunging straight down to meet the throat, not forming a sharp point as in the Neotropic. Furthermore it had the two nuptial ``horns'' on its head, blowing in the sharp breeze.
Heron, Great Blue 
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
2 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Breeding: One was seated comfortably on one of the old nests in trees west of the Marsh Loop; at least two more nests are empty at that location. The lone tree inside the loop across the road from the former location had a bird standing on a good-sized platform, possibly adding a new stick.
2 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Breeding: One was seated comfortably on one of the old nests in trees west of the Marsh Loop; at least two more nests are empty at that location. The lone tree inside the loop across the road from the former location had a bird standing on a good-sized platform, possibly adding a new stick.
Egret, Great 
10+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
10+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Egret, Snowy 
20+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
20+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Ibis, White-faced 
500+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
500+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Vulture, Turkey 
3 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Standing together on the ground near the Farm Loop exit.
3 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Standing together on the ground near the Farm Loop exit.
3 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Soaring
3 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Soaring
Harrier, Northern 
1ϕ @Bosque del Apache NWR
1ϕ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Hawk, Sharp-shinned 
1a♂ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Behavior: Blasting into the underbrush after something.
1a♂ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Behavior: Blasting into the underbrush after something.
Hawk, Swainson's 
90+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
70 birds at the edge of some kind of feeding frenzy at the very north end of the Farm Loop, and 20 more soaring in a kettle just to the south. The field was flooded and looked to have a short (6") growth of some crop, possibly alfalfa.
The hawks plus over a hundred gulls were going to town on something in there. Most of the hawks were just standing along the berm on the northwest side. I've seen such a concentration of Swainson's Hawk before, in a new-mown hayfield near Artesia one fall. At that time my colleague Philip Johnson and I speculated that they were attracted by the rodents driven out by the mowing. Perhaps today the attraction was rodents driven out by flooding.
90+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
70 birds at the edge of some kind of feeding frenzy at the very north end of the Farm Loop, and 20 more soaring in a kettle just to the south. The field was flooded and looked to have a short (6") growth of some crop, possibly alfalfa.
The hawks plus over a hundred gulls were going to town on something in there. Most of the hawks were just standing along the berm on the northwest side. I've seen such a concentration of Swainson's Hawk before, in a new-mown hayfield near Artesia one fall. At that time my colleague Philip Johnson and I speculated that they were attracted by the rodents driven out by the mowing. Perhaps today the attraction was rodents driven out by flooding.
Hawk, Red-tailed 
3i @Bosque del Apache NWR
3i @Bosque del Apache NWR
2a @Bosque del Apache NWR
2a @Bosque del Apache NWR
Kestrel, American 
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
Coot, American 
500+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Maybe a lot more.
500+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Maybe a lot more.
Killdeer 
1 @Bosque del Apache NWR
1 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Stilt, Black-necked 
10+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
10+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Avocet, American 
5 @Bosque del Apache NWR
5 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Yellowlegs, Greater 
2 @Bosque del Apache NWR
2 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Gull, Franklin's 
40+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Same flooded field as the Swainson's Hawks.
Behavior: These and the Ring-bills were moving through the center of the flooded unit and then peeling off from the downwind (northeast) end and flying back to start again.
2004-04-10-0027
The photo was originally cataloged as 2004-05-08.0027 but should be 2004-04-10.0027.
40+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Same flooded field as the Swainson's Hawks.
Behavior: These and the Ring-bills were moving through the center of the flooded unit and then peeling off from the downwind (northeast) end and flying back to start again.
2004-04-10-0027
The photo was originally cataloged as 2004-05-08.0027 but should be 2004-04-10.0027.
Gull, Ring-billed 
70+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Same flooded field as the Swainson's Hawks.
I did check for other gull species, although the driving rain precluded thorough scoping.
70+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Same flooded field as the Swainson's Hawks.
I did check for other gull species, although the driving rain precluded thorough scoping.
Collared-Dove, Eurasian 
1 @San Antonio
1 @San Antonio
Dove, Mourning 
1 @San Antonio
1 @San Antonio
Hummingbird, Black-chinned 
1 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Headquarters feeder.
My first of the year.
1 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Headquarters feeder.
My first of the year.
Phoebe, Black 
6 @Bosque del Apache NWR
6 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Phoebe, Say's 
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
Kingbird, Western 
1 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Near A-101 x US 380.
Description: Took a number of photos of one very fresh spring bird on the loop. These frames should be useful in my series on Western vs. Cassin's, as it has many of the superficial marks of the latter: darker gray on the head, a really bright yellow belly, and the strongly whitish chin patch. However, the head didn't seem quite dark enough, especially away from the crown. A longer look finally revealed the white outer rectrices, and when I finally got a look at the chest, it was indeed not sufficiently sharply contrasted with the chin color, so I still think a sharply demarcated middle gray or darker gray chest just below the chin is a good mark for Cassin's. Once the birds wear into this plumage a bit, it's a much easier call, as the gray of the head and the yellow of the belly fade. But with the really fresh spring birds, if you don't get a look at the front, it can be tough.
2004-04-10-00122004-04-10-00132004-04-10-00142004-04-10-00162004-04-10-00182004-04-10-00192004-04-10-00222004-04-10-0024
My first of the year.
1 @Bosque del Apache NWR
Near A-101 x US 380.
Description: Took a number of photos of one very fresh spring bird on the loop. These frames should be useful in my series on Western vs. Cassin's, as it has many of the superficial marks of the latter: darker gray on the head, a really bright yellow belly, and the strongly whitish chin patch. However, the head didn't seem quite dark enough, especially away from the crown. A longer look finally revealed the white outer rectrices, and when I finally got a look at the chest, it was indeed not sufficiently sharply contrasted with the chin color, so I still think a sharply demarcated middle gray or darker gray chest just below the chin is a good mark for Cassin's. Once the birds wear into this plumage a bit, it's a much easier call, as the gray of the head and the yellow of the belly fade. But with the really fresh spring birds, if you don't get a look at the front, it can be tough.
2004-04-10-00122004-04-10-00132004-04-10-00142004-04-10-00162004-04-10-00182004-04-10-00192004-04-10-00222004-04-10-0024
My first of the year.
Scrub-Jay, Western 
2 @San Antonio
2 @San Antonio
Corvus sp. 
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
In farm fields and the tour loop.
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
In farm fields and the tour loop.
raven sp. 
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
In the feeding frenzy with the gulls and Swainson's Hawks.
Description: Wedge-shaped tails.
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
In the feeding frenzy with the gulls and Swainson's Hawks.
Description: Wedge-shaped tails.
Swallow, Tree 
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
Description: At least eight sightings showed the complete metallic blue back color with no white notches at the rump.
A good swallow day. Lots of birds, and easier to see well as they beat upwind.
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
Description: At least eight sightings showed the complete metallic blue back color with no white notches at the rump.
A good swallow day. Lots of birds, and easier to see well as they beat upwind.
Swallow, Violet-green 
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
Description: Many showed the white rump notches.
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
Description: Many showed the white rump notches.
Swallow, Northern Rough-winged 
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
Probably the second most common swallow.
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
Probably the second most common swallow.
Swallow, Bank 
1+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Description: Saw at least one bird with the complete, distinct brown breast band.
1+ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Description: Saw at least one bird with the complete, distinct brown breast band.
Swallow, Cliff 
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
I can't say with any certainty none of them were Caves, but I don't think this is a call you can usually make on a bird in flight.
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
I can't say with any certainty none of them were Caves, but I don't think this is a call you can usually make on a bird in flight.
Swallow, Barn 
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
Most numerous swallow.
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
Most numerous swallow.
Wren, Marsh 
@Bosque del Apache NWR
Vocalizations: Doing its usual complex, spitting, hissing imitation of a leaking pressure cooker.
@Bosque del Apache NWR
Vocalizations: Doing its usual complex, spitting, hissing imitation of a leaking pressure cooker.
Robin, American 
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
Warbler, Audubon's 
1♂ @Bosque del Apache NWR
1♂ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Warbler, Myrtle 
1♂ @Bosque del Apache NWR
1♂ @Bosque del Apache NWR
Sparrow, White-crowned 
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
Blackbird, Red-winged 
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
Meadowlark, Western 
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
Vocalizations: Singing.
# @Bosque del Apache NWR
Vocalizations: Singing.

2004-04-18: NM: New Mexico Tech

@GC: New Mexico Tech Golf Course
@Goad: Socorro: Goad Rd.
@NMT: New Mexico Tech
@Pond4: New Mexico Tech Golf Course: 4th hole pond
@TL: New Mexico Tech: Terry Lake
Route Walked up Goad Road, north along the flood control dike that borders Faculty Hill on the west side, all the way around the northwest corner of the gold course, and back home by the NRAO building and campus.
Missed No waterfowl at Terry Lake.
Grebe, Pied-billed 
@New Mexico Tech Golf Course: 4th hole pond
@New Mexico Tech Golf Course: 4th hole pond
Coot, American 
9 @New Mexico Tech: Terry Lake
9 @New Mexico Tech: Terry Lake
2 @New Mexico Tech Golf Course: 4th hole pond
2 @New Mexico Tech Golf Course: 4th hole pond
Dove, Mourning 
@Socorro: Goad Rd.
@Socorro: Goad Rd.
Hummingbird, Black-chinned 
@Socorro: Goad Rd.
@Socorro: Goad Rd.
Empidonax sp. 
@New Mexico Tech: Terry Lake
@New Mexico Tech: Terry Lake
Flycatcher, Gray 
1 @New Mexico Tech
Hilltop, the old trees west of the greenhouse.
Behavior: Pumps tail downward.
Vocalizations: 'sweet-sweet'
1 @New Mexico Tech
Hilltop, the old trees west of the greenhouse.
Behavior: Pumps tail downward.
Vocalizations: 'sweet-sweet'
Phoebe, Say's 
@New Mexico Tech: Terry Lake
@New Mexico Tech: Terry Lake
@New Mexico Tech Golf Course
3rd fairway.
@New Mexico Tech Golf Course
3rd fairway.
Kingbird, Western 
2 @New Mexico Tech Golf Course
4th green.
2 @New Mexico Tech Golf Course
4th green.
Raven, Common 
@New Mexico Tech
Near Desert Willow Apts., formerly Family Student Housing (FSH).
Vocalizations: Low croaking.
@New Mexico Tech
Near Desert Willow Apts., formerly Family Student Housing (FSH).
Vocalizations: Low croaking.
Verdin 
@Socorro: Goad Rd.
@Socorro: Goad Rd.
@New Mexico Tech Golf Course
5th tee.
Vocalizations: 'Snap' call.
@New Mexico Tech Golf Course
5th tee.
Vocalizations: 'Snap' call.
Kinglet, Ruby-crowned 
@New Mexico Tech: Terry Lake
@New Mexico Tech: Terry Lake
Mockingbird, Northern 
@Socorro: Goad Rd.
@Socorro: Goad Rd.
Sparrow, White-crowned 
@Socorro: Goad Rd.
@Socorro: Goad Rd.
@New Mexico Tech Golf Course
3rd fairway.
@New Mexico Tech Golf Course
3rd fairway.
Blackbird, Red-winged 
# @New Mexico Tech Golf Course: 4th hole pond
# @New Mexico Tech Golf Course: 4th hole pond

2004-04-22: NM: Socorro: 507 Fitch

@home: Socorro: 507 Fitch
Collared-Dove, Eurasian 
@Socorro: 507 Fitch
First time on the yard list.
@Socorro: 507 Fitch
First time on the yard list.

2004-04-24: NM: New Mexico Tech: MSEC building

@MSEC: New Mexico Tech: MSEC building
Scrub-Jay, Western 
@New Mexico Tech: MSEC building
Vocalizations: Heard only.
@New Mexico Tech: MSEC building
Vocalizations: Heard only.

2004-04-25: NM: Veguita

@Veguita: Veguita
Hawk, Swainson's 
3 @Veguita
Behavior: Soaring together over the road.
3 @Veguita
Behavior: Soaring together over the road.

2004-04-30: NM: New Mexico Tech

@NMT: New Mexico Tech
nighthawk sp. 
1 @New Mexico Tech
Behavior: Feeding in bright campus lights near Cramer Hall at 2130 MDT.
1 @New Mexico Tech
Behavior: Feeding in bright campus lights near Cramer Hall at 2130 MDT.
Warbler, Yellow-rumped 
@New Mexico Tech
Near Weir Hall.
@New Mexico Tech
Near Weir Hall.

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