Calendar

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Sep
1
Fri
Season Begins: 2017 Grouse & Squirrel
Sep 1 all-day
Oct
12
Thu
Public Meetings: Proposed Changes Pronghorn Rule
Oct 12 – Nov 16 all-day

For complete details see the following news release: Public meetings will address proposed changes in pronghorn rule.

To gather public comments, four public meetings will be conducted:

  • Albuquerque: 6 to 7:30 p.m. Oct. 12 at the Department of Game and Fish office, 3841 Midway Place, NE.
  • Las Vegas: 6 to 7:30 p.m. Oct. 26 at the New Mexico State Police Office, 520 South Commerce.
  • Roswell: 6 to 7:30 p.m. Nov. 9 at the Department of Game and Fish office, 1912 W. Second St.
  • Las Cruces: 6 to 7:30 p.m. Nov. 16 at the Department of Game and Fish office, 2715 Northrise Drive.
Nov
1
Wed
Season Begins: 2017 Fall Turkey
Nov 1 all-day

Fall (any legal sporting arms) turkey season begins. See the 2017-2018 New Mexico Hunting Rules & Info booklet.

Nov
15
Wed
Season Begins: 2017 Quail
Nov 15 all-day

Quail season begins. See the 2017-2018 Hunting Rules and Info booklet.

Dec
7
Thu
Season Begins: 2017 Pheasant
Dec 7 all-day

Pheasant season begins statewide, (excluding Valencia County), see the 2017-2018 Hunting Rules and Info booklet.

Dec
15
Fri
Hunter Education Courses
Dec 15 2017 – Apr 28 2018 all-day

Check the Hunter Education Course Schedule for new & updated class dates for Hunter Education, Field Day/Live Fire, and Bowhunter Education.  We also offer online course options for New Mexico residents 11 years of age or older.

Dec
16
Sat
OHV Safety Classes
Dec 16 2017 – Mar 24 2018 all-day

Check the Off-Highway Vehicle Calendar for new & updated available class dates.

OHV Safety Class: ATV @ ABQ Shooting Range Park
Dec 16 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

All students must pre-register prior to class.

Click Icon of OHV Safety Class Pre-registration Instructions OHV Safety Class Pre-registration Instructions  for instructions to pre-register for a hands-on class.

Online training is also available that provides the required safety permit after completion (see Safety and Training: Online Training tab).

New Mexico law requires anyone younger than 18 to obtain a safety permit prior to operating an OHV on public lands. The Department offers free hands-on ATV or dirt bike training that provides a safety permit after completion. Students must provide a properly registered OHV and all necessary safety equipment.