In my yard, less than a mile (maybe 1 km) from the Rio Grande and backwaters, altitude about 5600 feet (1700 m), apparently resting for the evening. If it helps, the Lestes
species known from my county are congener, disjunctus,
according to Damselflies of New Mexico
. This looks a lot like the pictures of a female alacer
to me, though they're not supposed to be this far north (or this high up?).
I have a dorsal view if that will help, though I don't see that it shows much that this doesn't.