Join us for this special opportunity for students to engage in vocational conversation with law enforcement officers from the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish. Ask questions important to your transition and career plans in conservation, law enforcement, and/or wildlife management at this one-time event.
Registration closes January 29, 2021.
NMDGF will be giving two Elk 101 virtual presentations to Cleveland High Schools students. This event is closed to the public and only open to Ms. Huey class.
Participation information can be found at: https://www.wildlife.state.nm.us/education/archery/virtual-challenge/
To qualify for certificates: submit scores by the end of the month – January – July 2021. To earn the series challenge coin: Completed 5 of the 7 monthly challenges.
The NMDGF Aquatic / Archery Education will be participating in an outdoor experience for 35 disadvantaged Native and Latino students. The students will be participating in six outdoor stations in conjunction with the NMWF. All participants have never fished, or shot with a bow and arrow, and will be introduced to six outdoor station activities.
Event closed to the public.
Join us for our next Ladies’ Social Hour scheduled for January 18, 2022, at 5:30 p.m.
Have you ever wondered how the Department sets hunt dates, harvest limits and overall hunt structure?
2022 is a big year for hunting in New Mexico. The Department and State Game Commission will be reviewing nine rules that oversee big game hunting. It is an excellent time for everyone to get involved. We will give you the meat and potatoes for the rule-setting process during the January session.
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
You can also view previous social hours on the Department’s YouTube page.
The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish will offer a free all-terrain vehicle (ATV) safety training to the public. Training machines and safety gear are available, no sharing. Each student must bring weather appropriate clothing (gloves, boots, long pants and long sleeved shirt), a snack or lunch, water and sunscreen. COVID precautions will be followed; COVID plan is available for download when registering for class.
Students must have a customer identification number with the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish. All students must preregister to reserve a place in any class that is offered. To preregister or to get more information about classes offered please visit www.B4Uride.com or call Christopher Johnson, NMDGF OHV Ed Coordinator at (505) 222-4712.