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.
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.
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/.
NMDGF will be giving two virtual presentations to Cleveland High School on a career as a Conservation Officer. This event is not open to the public.
9 a.m.-10 a.m., 10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. River Source will work with students to run a virtual field trip on the Rio Grande during 2 virtual field trips. 30 students(Bosque School). In this session students will learn how to collect data and follow proper protocol to collect accurate data and detemine the potential impacts to fisheries based on water quality standards and fish health. Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera. This event is closed to the public.
River Source will work with students to run two virtual classroom/fields using fisheries monitoring and watershed health curriculum on the Santa Fe River.
Approximately 25 students. This event is closed to the public.
Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader, David Fay and Carlos Herrera.