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About 100 yards from the trailhead on NM-337, turn to the right and
capture this view of the narrow extinct roadbed of old "South 14" as it
meanders northward through a crude roadcut that exposes limestone
strata. The arroyo to the left (usually dry) provides shelter for
migrating warblers and
summer resident Western Wood-pewees, and Plumbeous and Warbling Vireos.
good winters, the abundant cone crop attracts Red Crossbills and Pinyon
As the main canyon climbs to the south and west, look for summer
Gray Flycatchers and Black-throated Gray Warblers. This area
excellent mountain biking trails and is a favorite of bikers
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