Storm Usrey

Storm Usrey is the Conservation Education Manager for the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish.

February, 2022

  • 8 February

    Todo lo que necesita son las necesidades básicas

    La carne de oso negro a menudo se olvida y puede tener un sabor realmente bueno. Siento que mucho depende de lo que el oso ha estado comiendo en su dieta, que podría ser vegetación, insectos, nueces y bayas el 85% del tiempo. Pruebe esta receta con algo de su …

  • 8 February

    All you need are the bare necessities… Bear breakfast casserole

    Black bear meat is often overlooked and can be really good in flavor. I feel a lot depends on what the bear has been eating in its diet, which could be vegetation, insects, nuts and berries 85% of the time. Give this recipe a try on some of your bear …

  • 8 February

    Pastel de frutas de volcado

    Este es un postre muy sencillo de preparar cuando se sirve una buena comida de caza salvaje a su familia. ¡Muy rápido y fácil! Ingredientes: • Una caja de mezcla para pastel amarilla • Dos latas del mismo tipo de su fruta/relleno de pastel favorito (manzana, arándano, melocotón, mora y …

  • 8 February

    Dump cake cobbler

    This is a very simple dessert dish to make when serving a nice meal of wild game to your family. Very quick and easy! Ingredients: • One box of yellow cake mix • Two cans of the same kind of your favorite fruit/pie filling (apple, blueberry, peach, blackberry and cherry …

December, 2021

  • 6 December

    Rollo de nuez povitica

    Debido a que las personas son tan diversas y tienen culturas diferentes, siempre me intrigan con los muchos tipos de comida que existen. Pienso que es muy importante aprender sobre culturas diferentes. Cuando era un adulto joven, aprendí a hacer povitica de Frankie Joe y John Mraz. Esta receta les …

  • 6 December

    Povitica nut roll

    With people being so diverse and having different cultures, I am always intrigued with the many types of foods out there. I think it’s so important to learn about different cultures. As a young adult, I learned to make povitica from Frankie Joe and John Mraz. This recipe was passed …

July, 2021

  • 6 July

    Resurrecting an old compound bow

    Feeling nostalgic and remembering my archery beginnings and passion for the outdoors. As a teenager, I had a few folks who were instrumental in getting me into archery. Members from the Gallup Bowmen’s Association helped me tremendously in those beginning years, including Lieu Sullenger, Henry and Mike Montano, Gary Longan, …

March, 2021

  • 26 March

    What gear should I put in my turkey hunting vest?

    Having a turkey vest in the spring woods makes for a convenient way to transport your turkey hunting calls, essential hunting gear and a way of packing out your harvested gobbler. The padded seat on a turkey vest is a bonus too! Here is what I like to have in …

February, 2021

  • 24 February

    Tips, Tactics and Advice For Archery Elk Hunters

    Chasing bugling bull elk through New Mexico mountains each fall is not just something a hunter does; it can be an all-consuming passion. There is something magical about hearing a bull elk bellow his challenge to other elk in the area, whether on a piñon/juniper mesa or in a quaking …

January, 2021

  • 21 January

    Along for the ride and enjoying every second of it

    Being able to return to where I began archery deer hunting brought back many memories. I was hopeful of harvesting a velvet antlered buck for the delicious protein. However, at the end of the day, I did not. Shot opportunities were present and I had many close calls, but the …