There will be four one hour workshops. The workshop begins with a little discussion on fish biology, habitat, adaptations and aquatic environments. Then we cover fishing and hook safety and knot tying.
Fall is just getting started, but hunting seasons are underway and fishing in New Mexico is still a hot topic. Join Jennifer, Jessica, Megan and Tristanna for the 5th Ladies Social Hour. For this session, we will be joined by Caitlin Ruhl to talk about fishing in the cold weather, especially when the ice up north gets thick. We will also talk about field dressing and butchering a big game animal.
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NMDGF will be giving a virtual presentation on Wildlife Conservation in New Mexico to Mrs. Pena’s fifth grade class. This event is closed to the public.
NMDGF with be giving a virtual presentation, Elk 101, to Monte del Sol Charter School (Wildlife Class). This event is not open to the public.
Hunting seasons are underway and the holidays are quickly approaching. Join Jennifer, Jessica and Tristanna for the 6th Ladies’ Social Hour. For this session, we will provide tips and training on tracking an animal following a shot, discuss and share holiday wild game recipes and safe wildlife viewing opportunities you can enjoy over the holidays
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NMDGF staff and USFWS LE will be giving information (virtually) on catfishing to include licenses information, biology, possible areas to fish and methods. This event is open to the public and more information can be found at https://friendsofbosquedelapache.org/festival-of-the-cranes/.