Apr
21
Wed
Fisheries Monitoring Field Trip @ Zoom Class Session
Apr 21 all-day

River Source will work with students to learn about fisheries monitoring during a virtual class session with 20 students from Mesa Vista High School. In this session, students will learn how to collect, analyze and report their findings from watershed monitoring and report the impacts to fisheries’ water quality standards and fish health. Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera.

This event is closed to the public.

Apr
22
Thu
Fisheries Monitoring Field Trip @ Zoom Class Session
Apr 22 all-day

River Source will work with students to learn about fisheries monitoring during a virtual class session with 20 students from Camino de La Paz School. In this session, students will learn how to collect, analyze and report their findings from watershed monitoring and report the impacts to fisheries’ water quality standards and fish health. Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera.

This event is closed to the public.

Fisheries Monitoring Field Trip @ Zoom Class Session
Apr 22 all-day

River Source will work with students to learn about fisheries monitoring during a virtual class session with 20 students from Mesa Vista High School. In this session, students will learn how to collect, analyze and report their findings from watershed monitoring and report the impacts to fisheries’ water quality standards and fish health. Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera.

This event is closed to the public.

Apr
27
Tue
Living with wildlife in Los Alamos @ Zoom
Apr 27 @ 6:00 pm

The landscape around Los Alamos is unique and provides excellent habitat for wildlife to live in and near the community. In the community, you can frequently see deer, bears, cougars and other wildlife — or at least see evidence of them.

Everyone can work together to help keep wildlife and people safe. On April 27 at 6:00 p.m. Game and Fish officers and biologists will be live on Zoom and broadcast on the Department’s Facebook page to talk about the unique landscape, wildlife that are in the area, what to do if you live in the area and how to be safe when recreating in the area.

Register in advance for this webinar: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_m1N5GWwtRwqRrcl9REdkvw

Apr
28
Wed
Fisheries Monitoring Class @ Zoom Class Session
Apr 28 all-day

River Source will work with students to learn about fisheries monitoring during a virtual field session for 12 students from Santa Fe Girls School. In this session, students will learn how to collect, analyze and report their findings from watershed monitoring and report the impacts to fisheries’ water quality standards and fish health. Staffing is provided by Department contractor Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera.

May
1
Sat
Virtual Archery New Mexico Challenge Series @ Virtual
May 1 – Jul 31 all-day

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.

Series Rules for the Virtual Challenge Series
Safety Protocols for the Challenge Series

May
4
Tue
Fisheries Monitoring Class @ Zoom Class Session
May 4 all-day

River Source will work with students to learn about fisheries’ monitoring during a virtual class session for 60 students from Robert F. Kennedy School. In this session, students will learn how to collect, analyze and report their findings from watershed monitoring and report the impacts to fisheries’ water quality standards and fish health. Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera. This event is closed to the public.

Fisheries Monitoring Class @ Zoom Class Session
May 4 all-day

Description: River Source will work with students to learn about fisheries monitoring during a virtual class session for 60 students from Robert F. Kennedy School. In this session, students will learn how to collect, analyze and report their findings from watershed monitoring and report the impacts to fisheries’ water quality standards and fish health. Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera. This event is closed to the public.