About Us

Who We Are

Aldo’s Attic is located in Hillsboro, New Mexico, 17 miles west of I-25 on State Highway 152, at the gateway to the Aldo Leopold Wilderness. Leopold was a forester in New Mexico from 1909-1924, and his writings changed America’s view of its wildlife heritage. His books Wildlife Management and Sand County Almanac have inspired generations of wildlife biologists and conservationists.

Our name, “Aldo’s Attic”, honors his vision.

What We Do

We specialize in selling wildlife art and natural resource books. We stock  both vintage and current books on science, natural history, ecology, and wildlife biology. We support the study and habitat protection of southwestern raptors through small individual grants and by our collaborative art print sales program. A portion of our proceeds will be donated to these endeavors.

We are also interested in purchasing personal collections.

Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.

Charles William Eliot

Reading is a conversation. All books talk, but a good book listens as well.

There is no friend as loyal as a book.

Ernest Hemingway