Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge restores and conserves 570-acres south of Albuquerque
...to benefit all life — including wildlife and people living in and around New Mexico’s largest city.
From cleaning water as it filters through the Refuge’s stormwater drainage habitats to expanding the corridor for migratory birds and resident wildlife, the Refuge restores vital land and unique species while also improving urban health, supporting the local economy, bolstering community resources, cultivating minds through educational programming, and fostering an ethic of environmental stewardship for the future.
Things to Know About the Refuge
Valle de Oro NWR Annual Report
Environmental & Economic Justice Strategic Plan
SUMMARY OF PLAN IN ENGLISH
SUMMARY OF PLAN IN SPANISH
2019 IMPLEMENTATION REPORT