Ginny Seamster

Ginny Seamster is the Share with Wildlife Program Coordinator for the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish.

August, 2022

February, 2020

  • 26 February

    Share with Wildlife –Teaching Science and Leadership Skills

    Chihuahuan Desert food web. Photo by Ginny Seamster.

    What is a food web? What kind of organisms are at the base of a food chain? How do decomposers fit in? What does the food chain of the gray vireo look like? What kind of management actions could be taken to improve the gray vireo’s status in New Mexico? …

June, 2019

  • 13 June

    Share with Wildlife Projects

    Bendire’s thrasher nest with eggs. Photo by Allison Salas, New Mexico State University graduate student.

    The Share with Wildlife program at New Mexico Department of Game and Fish funds wildlife research, education and rehabilitation projects every year. These projects typically focus on species that are not hunted or fished and that have scarce funds available for their conservation, management and other support. For 2019, Share …

January, 2019

  • 7 January

    Tale of the Cooter

    The Western River Cooter is a species of turtle that is of particular interest to the department. State-listed as threatened, very little is known about where it is found, what kind of habitat it needs at different life stages, and how it is doing in New Mexico. It is currently …

August, 2016

  • 15 August

    Prairie dogs critical to many species

    Prairie dogs critical to many species. New Mexico Department of Game and Fish photo by Clint Henson, New Mexico Wildlife magazine, NMDGF.

    Call them what you will: varmints, rodents or pests, but there’s no denying the important role prairie dogs play in the wild. Research, partly funded by the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish Share with Wildlife program, is being led by Dr. Ana Davidson, a research assistant professor at …