The N.M. DGF is offering a special hunter education camp where youths can receive hands-on training and earn their hunter education certification.
More than 800 archers competed at the sixth annual National Archery in the Schools (NASP) State Tournament March 11 at the Albuquerque Convention Center.
The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish captured 34 bighorn sheep this week at the Chevron Mine in Questa and transferred them to Cochiti Canyon to supplement the existing Jemez Mountains herd.
New Mexico DGF employees will be working extended hours and Saturdays this month to help hunters apply for big-game hunting licenses.
New Mexico Department of Game and Fish fisheries biologist Marc Wethington has received a lifetime achievement award from the American Fisheries Society.
Shikar Safari Club International has named New Mexico Department of Game and Fish Captain Tim Cimbal the 2017 New Mexico Wildlife Conservation Officer of the Year.
In the spring, the IFT successfully fostered six genetically diverse pups from the captive breeding program into similarly aged litters of wild packs.
N.M. Department of Game and Fish is offering a special hunter education camp where youths can receive hands-on training, earn their hunter certification.
The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish captured 135 pronghorns on a private ranch near Cimarron this week and relocated 40 to Santa Ana Pueblo.
Printed versions of the 2017-2018 hunting rules and information booklet will be available at license vendors and Game and Fish Department area offices.
The New Mexico Game Commission will meet Jan. 12 in Santa Fe to consider numerous matters including presentation of a draft recovery plan for Gould’s turkeys.
N.M. Department of Game and Fish is requesting the public’s help in identifying suspects involved in the poaching of a bighorn sheep on Dec. 22.
New Mexico Department of Game and Fish conservation officers from Farmington received recognition for their assistance at Navajo Lake State Park last year.
The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish recovery plan for the white-tailed ptarmigan is available for public review and comment.
The shooting range is about 3.5 miles east of Tres Piedras off U.S. 64 and about 2 miles south of the highway. Signs will be posted for the ceremony..
A poacher has been convicted based on an anonymous tip provided to the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish Operation Game Thief hotline.
New Mexico Department of Game and Fish game wardens helped save a 63-year-old Alto woman stranded overnight in her car on a remote road in the forest.
An investigation that spanned more than two years and led to the filing of 26 poaching charges has resulted in a decade-long revocation.
Those ready for a challenging hunt may want to dust off a shotgun and head to southeastern New Mexico in search of quail.
Six New Mexico Department of Game and Fish game wardens graduated from the San Juan County Criminal Justice Training Authority Law Enforcement Academy.