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Tag: Volunteers
  • September

    Volunteers build trails at Cochiti Lake

    Students and advisors from the JROTC at West Mesa High School spent part of their Labor Day weekend improving hiking trails at Cochiti Lake.
  • May

    Operation Clean Sweep Nets 40 Bags of Trash at John Martin Reservoir

    Local volunteers joined staff at John Martin Reservoir to collect more than 40 bags of trash along the south shoreline during a cleanup event May 2.
  • January

    Volunteers Help Abiquiu Lake Staff Survey Bald Eagles

    District staff at Abiquiu Lake has partnered with volunteers for more than a decade to participate in the national midwinter bald eagle survey. This year’s results: 14 eagles counted Jan. 4, 2014.
  • May

    Abiquiu Lake Celebrates Earth Day with the American Kestrel

    The park rangers of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Abiquiu Lake and staff of the Espanola Wildlife Center celebrated Earth Day 2013 with volunteers who learned about the American Kestrel and then built and installed nesting habitat for the “sparrow hawk” around Abiquiu Lake April 20.
  • November

    Volunteers Improve Lands Managed by the Corps

    Volunteers arrived at the Albuquerque District’s lake and dam locations to help with improvement projects as part of National Public Lands Day (NPLD) Sept. 29.
  • January

    Nearly 20 Bald Eagles Spotted at Abiquiu during Annual Event

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Abiquiu Lake hosted its annual midwinter eagle watch Jan. 7, and it was a record count for both eagles, 17, and volunteers, 61. Employees were surprised when nearly twice as many volunteers arrived to participate as the previous record and when seeing nine mature and eight immature Bald Eagles.