I'm not sure where you can find that information. A good rule of thumb is that the higher the elevation and latitude, the sooner the color. Generally, aspen change first, beginning in late September.
I would email the Albequerque Chamber of Commerse, or the National Park Service. But, Most of the trees, as I recall, were ever green.
Annually the aspens turn gold during the first three weeks of October. Also, at the southern end of the Cibola National Forest is Fourth of July Canyon (near the village of Tajique) where the only major grove of maple trees in New Mexico are located; these turn red during the same time frame.
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