The following is a list of useful links that I have compiled. If you wish to be added to this list, please send me an e-mail at email@example.com.
- D'habi Arabian Horses, The Other Site
- The gorgeous, desert bred Arabian horses of D'habi are mainly Straight Egyptian of the Saqlawi Jedran and Kuhaylan Rodan(ia) strains. Occassionally foals are for sale. Check the site for those that might be available.
- BELEN, NM HOME PAGE
- VISIT THIS SITE TO SEE ALL ABOUT THE TOWN OF BELEN. FEATURED IS EVEN THE CURRENT TEMPERATURE! Among the items found on this website is a Cost of Living Evaluator, Community Information to business, restaurants, etc and a Community Calendar. To find out about Los Lunas, also in the Albuquerque corridor, just substitute it for Belen in the email address. Both of these towns are growing at rapid rate.
- New Mexico Horse Project
- Enjoy reading about the efforts and successes of a group of New Mexicans who are determined to save the last of the feral wild horses who are of Spanish Barb descent. These have been featured on National Geographic and documented into two levels as authentic descendants of the Spanish Barbs.
- Manzano State Park
- Manzano State Park is about a half-hour drive from Belen on the very southern part of Highway 47 going south from Rio Communities part of Belen. A very pristine area out on the mesa below the towering mountains of the Manzano Range. A small park exists with picnic tables. It can be a very difficult area to access if raining.
- SEARCH FOR REAL ESTATE LISTINGS
- This is a listing of all real estate properties throughout the United States. D'habi properties in Ranchos de Bernardo are listed here.
- NEW MEXICO NET PAGE
- Complete listing of all New Mexico Businesses, again might be a new one here. D'habi is listed under Real Estate.
- Bosque del Apache Wildlife
- This is a wonderful article on the birds and history of the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge. However, the Refuge actually starts at Bernardo, Exit 175 off of Interstate I-25. Take the off ramp and go over the train overpass and stop with your binoculars. In the early spring, there is a Bald Eagle who just loves to sit and watch for ? who knows what. The cranes are very easy to be seen on US Highway 60 or on the local paved road running a short ways to the north along the northern edge.
One can travel south on I-25 to the town of Socorro and take in the Festival of the Cranes late in the year.
- FIND IT IN NEW MEXICO
- Huge selection of businesses in New Mexico. You name it. D'habi is in the Real Estate Section, Page 3, last time I looked.
- Bosque del Apache Reserve