BLM and NM Game and Fish Partner to Provide Mobile Big Game Hunting Unit Maps

NMDGF and BLM Partner to Offer Mobile Maps
NMDGF and BLM Partner to Offer Mobile Maps
New Mexico Game & Fish
New Mexico Game & Fish

Santa Fe, NM -( The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has partnered with the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish (NMDGF) to offer mobile maps of New Mexico’s big-game hunting units through the CarryMap Application.

This unique application allows users to store hunting unit maps on their mobile devices and access them regardless of cellular coverage. The free CarryMap Application for iOS and Android devices is available at the App Store and Google Play Market.

The information also is available for download to computers. To download the big-game hunting unit information, please visit the BLM website and accept the conditions.

“This application is a great example how agency partners can use modern technology to improve customer service,” New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez said. “I’m sure hunters throughout the state will appreciate the hard work that went into it.”

“The BLM is pleased to partner with the Department of Game and Fish to provide this mobile application to the hunters of New Mexico,” said BLM State Director Jesse Juen. “This will provide better access to public lands, while also increasing hunter’s confidence that they are in the correct locations for their hunt, regardless of cell phone reception.”

“The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish believes in utilizing technology to provide our hunters and anglers with the best information in the field,” Department Director Alexandra Sandoval said. “We are thankful for the effort BLM put into development of this free mobile application.”

For more information, please contact BLM Geographic Information Systems Specialist Jeremy Zimmerman at (575) 838-1259 or New Mexico Department of Game and Fish Assistant Chief of Information Lance Cherry at (505) 476-8003.

About The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish (NMDGF)

The NMDGF’s mission is to provide and maintain an adequate supply of wildlife and fish within the state of New Mexico by utilizing a flexible management system that provides for their protection, propagation, regulation, conservation, and for their use as public recreation and food supply.