Martin Perea

Martin Perea is the Videographer for the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish.

December, 2020

  • 30 December

    Photographing oryx in New Mexico

    Wildlife photographers will find an interesting variety of large mammals in New Mexico. Spend enough time in the field and you will find that each species comes with its own set of challenges. One of the most rewarding and often frustrating to photograph are oryx, also known as gemsbok. These …

August, 2020

  • 27 August

    Traditional Elk Roast

    The following recipe for elk roast comes from my wife Elaine. This is one of our favorite ways to serve elk roast—it’s simple with easy-to-find ingredients. You’ll need an approximately three-pound, aged tender roast cut (rib or rump roasts only, no tough cuts for this recipe). For the rub: 1 …

May, 2020

  • 28 May

    Pronghorn of New Mexico’s High Plains

    Pronghorn are among my favorite animals to photograph. There are some characteristics and habits that make them a very desirable subject to both professional and hobbyist photographers. Unlike deer and elk, they can likely be spotted at any time of day, offering more opportunities for successful photos. They are, however, …

April, 2020

  • 14 April

    Elaine’s Dutch Oven Doves

    If you enjoyed some time in the field last dove season, you may still have a package of dove breasts you’ve been saving for a special occasion. Or perhaps you’ve just been holding out for one of those unhurried days when you can take your time to make something nice. …

  • 14 April

    Elk Stew

    There are those days that, for one reason or another, you find yourself holed up at home with nowhere to go and some time to spend in the kitchen. If you have some elk in your freezer from last hunting season, you can prepare this delicious stew using a few …