When spring turkey season ends there are several months before the fall hunts start. What do those that love to hunt do during that time?
They scout. The summer months are a great time to get out into the woods and mountains to scout for that fall elk hunt. Not only is it cooler than being in town, but it is also a great time to observe elk, train yourself to recognize tracks and scat and familiarize yourself with your Game Management Unit.
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You can respond to our social media post with topics of interest and questions or send an email to Jessica Fisher
R. Romero–09:00 Hrs.
P. Trujillo–10:00 Hrs.
C. Stirman–11:00 Hrs.
J. Perez–12:00 Hrs.
Hearings are on a Trailing Docket, so times may run over or be delayed depending on Testimony, Witnesses, etc.
Thursday, July 8, 2021 09:00 AM Mountain Time (US and Canada)
Revocation Hearings are conducted in accordance with provisions of Chapter 17 NMSA 1978, 184.108.40.206 NMAC Hunting and Fishing License Revocation and the “Open Meetings Act,” NMSA 1978, Sections 10-15-1 to 10-15-4. Sections 17-3-34 and 17-1-14 (B10 and B11) NMSA 1978 empowers the State Game Commission to revoke the license, registration, and/or permit privileges of individuals who have accumulated 20 or more violation points. Regulation 19.31.2 NMAC (Revocation Rule) explains the revocation process.
If you are interested in attending the hearing you are required to pre-register at https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ndfkNgphQZS5ZH9YgLvs3A . After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
For more information, please email Philip.Holmes@state.nm.us or mail the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, Attn: Philip Homes, Revocation Manager, 1 Wildlife Way, Santa Fe, NM 87507.
Join us in July to talk about preparing your equipment including sighting in your rifle, tuning your bow and patterning your shotgun.
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You can respond to our social media post with topics of interest and questions or send an email to Jennifer Morgan
NMDGF will be giving a virtual presentation on oryx and ibex to an audience through the Thomas Branigan Memorial Library.
Hunting season is upon us and many of us will be headed into the woods, prairie or desert in hopes of filling our tag(s). Of course, we all relish the overall experience of just being outdoors but harvesting an animal is icing on the proverbial cake. Once you harvest….now what do you do? How do I take care of the animal so it produces a bounty of wonderful meat to nourish my family and friends? In our session, we will discuss and show field dressing and processing tips that will benefit not only the novice hunter but the seasoned one as well.
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The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish was asked to provide certified Off-Highway Vehicle Act training to first responders at the New Mexico State Police Academy. This event is free but not open to the public. The training will be held at the Department of Public Safety State Police Academy in Santa Fe, New Mexico.