The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish will conduct roadblocks throughout the state during hunting seasons to collect harvest data and to detect wildlife law violations.
The New Mexico Game Commission adopted new rules Aug. 28 that will provide hunters planning to enter the public drawings for 2015-season bighorn sheep licenses.
The NMDGF has announced that hunting seasons opened Sept. 1 in New Mexico for doves, grouse, squirrels and band-tailed pigeons, with some rule changes that provide more hunting opportunities.
The NMDGF plans to reintroduce Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep into historic bighorn sheep habitat near Cochiti Canyon in the Jemez Mountains of the Santa Fe National Forest.
The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is asking the public to help solve a recent poaching case involving three mule deer poached near Carrizozo.
In a sale designed to encourage youth hunting, more than 2,000 youth antlerless elk licenses will discounted on NMDFG’s Online License System at Wednesday, July 9.
The New Mexico State Game Commission prohibits coyote-killing contests and the hunting of non-game species, including rabbits, prairie dogs or coyotes on its Wildlife Management Areas.
The State Game Commission has approved the nonprofit organization, the Donald R. Kemp Youth Hunting Club of Las Cruces, to qualify youths to receive donated hunting licenses and permits.
New Mexico Department of Game and Fish invites hunters and wildlife enthusiasts in the Santa Fe area to give comments on several big-game hunting rules during a public meeting.
The award recognizes archaeologist Jack Young’s recent work at the Lake Roberts Wildlife Management Area north of Silver City.
The department is seeking public input about proposed hunting rules for Barbary sheep, bighorn sheep, deer, elk, ibex, javelina, pronghorn and oryx.
The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish announced five New Mexico State University students as recipients of its annual department scholarships.
The Department of Game and Fish wants to remind visitors to purchase the required licenses and permits before visiting Wildlife Management Areas owned by the State Game Commission.
Starting Monday, and over the next few weeks, construction workers will restore 20 acres of riparian habitat and a half-mile of river by creating new wetlands.
New Mexico Department of Game and Fish invites all hunters and wildlife enthusiasts in the Las Cruces area to give input on Big-Game Hunting Rules.