Editions: Current

Out of Range

White-nosed coatis heading north or just heading home? In early April, game wardens in Albuquerque received an unusual call: a white-nosed coati—also known as a coatimundi—was captured by a local pest control company in the village of Corrales situated on the Rio Grande Bosque in Sandoval County. Corrales—or, really, anywhere …

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Open Gate

Anglers gain opportunity at Rancho Grande ponds This is the first of a series of NM Wildlife features highlighting new Open Gate properties throughout New Mexico. Everyone’s had that great feeling of finding something they thought was lost. Whether it’s something small or trivial, like a favorite pocket knife, or …

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Red/Green Chile Waters

Red/Green Chile Waters Signs Posted at Trout Waters Around the State In an effort to enhance the unique, quality angling opportunities available in the state, the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish has established three designations for Special Trout Waters. For more information about the program, visit: www.wildlife.state.nm.us/fishing/fishing-news/

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New Director Appointed

Michael Sloane, a 24-year employee of the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, has been named the department’s new director by the State Game Commission. As director, Sloane will be responsible for leading the state wildlife agency whose mission is to conserve, regulate, propagate and protect the wildlife and …

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