New Mexico is the land of enchantment for so many reasons. The diverse terrain provides a variety of wildlife habitat. Here is a collection of imagery from Maresa Pryor-Luzier taken throughout the state. Images available for print, licensing, or presentation.
37 imagesA portfolio of New Mexico from photographer Maresa Pryor-Luzier of landscapes and wildlife throughout the state of New Mexico. Her decades of experience in the field show in her work and dedication to sharing the world of nature.
35 imagesFounded in 1939, Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge is a bucket list trip for Sandhill Cranes and other wildlife in the late fall to early winter. Maresa's photographs show the beauty of this great place in New Mexico. She offers each year through the North American Nature Photographers Association photo tours of the area. Prints available on Fine Art America.
29 imagesThe Embudito Canyon trail offer a glimpse of wild New Mexico yet only steps away, from a half a million people in the city of Albuquerque. Spring is calling within the canyon walls. Here you'll hear the "gronk" sound of the Cactus wren or beautiful melodies of the black-throated sparrow, curved-bill thrasher or the gambel's quail. If you see a red flash it maybe the small Ladder-backed woodpecker. So much to see with flowering claret cactus, chokecherry, and creeping holly grape along the canyon floor.