News & Information

December, 2020

November, 2020

  • 13 November

    Share with Wildlife selects 2021 funding recipients

    The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish’s Share with Wildlife program has selected 11 wildlife projects for funding starting in 2021. The Share with Wildlife program funds projects up to $50,000 in four categories: habitat enhancement, biological and ecological research studies, wildlife rehabilitation and wildlife education. During 2021, the …

  • 13 November

    Using Off-Highway Vehicles (OHVs) on Paved Roads in New Mexico – Ten Questions

    In the Q&A below, Christopher Johnson, off-highway vehicle education coordinator with the Department, answers questions regarding the use of OHVs on paved roads in our state.   Uso de vehículos todoterrenos (OHVs) en carreteras pavimentadas en Nuevo México: Diez preguntas En las preguntas y respuestas a continuación, Christopher Johnson, Coordinador …

October, 2020

  • 22 October

    2020 Youth barbary sheep hunt

    Every year, the Department gives new hunter education graduates who had never purchased a license a chance to participate in a Barbary sheep hunt. Officers work closely with the owners of the Blackwater Ranch and Westall Ranch, who agree to allow youth hunters to come hunt on their property. Learn …

September, 2020

  • 23 September

    What’s S3DA? Learn about this challenging new archery program

    For the past 12 years, the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish has coordinated the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) and promoted instruction in international-style target archery as part of an in-school curriculum. This has been shown to improve educational performance and participation in the shooting sports …

August, 2020

July, 2020

  • 29 July

    News & Information

    Annual Survey Reports Stable Bighorn Population in Rio Grande Gorge  About 400 Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep reside in and around the Rio Grande Gorge, according to an annual survey conducted by the Department of Game and Fish in December 2019. Biologists and participants counted a total of 296 rams, ewes …

  • 17 July

    Can Robots Teach ATV Safety?

    For the first decade of the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish Off-highway Vehicle (OHV) Program’s operations, our main method of public outreach has been our All-terrain Vehicle (ATV) simulator. The simulator works for small groups as a one-on-one introduction to ATV safety. However, trying to reach larger audiences …

June, 2020

  • 24 June

    Department unveils first-ever bilingual Aquatic Invasive Species signs

    In an effort to promote Aquatic Invasive Species awareness to a wider audience, the Department of Game and Fish has posted its first-ever bilingual Spanish-English billboards at two lakes in southern New Mexico. The signs, which were funded by the Bureau of Reclamation, are designed by Department of Game and …