Monthly Archives: May 2013
Students and faculty alike have the chance to see different wildlife around the SMU in Taos campus. From the nature trail that follows the creek, you can observe the inhabitants of the beaver pond. It is suspected that many of … Continue reading
Students at SMU in Taos want to recycle. But sometimes it is difficulty to know which kinds of materials can be recycled by the town of Taos. Here is some of the stuff Joseph from Taos recyclers had to dig … Continue reading
The green lizard on the shoulder of Jordan Airhart is just one of the examples of native wildlife around the SMU in Taos campus. He is a sceloporus graciosus or sagebrush lizard.