Recovery Plans, Reports, Reviews

Bison-M lists wildlife species designated as Threatened & Endangered under the New Mexico Wildlife Conservation ActThe Department of Game and Fish is directed under the New Mexico Wildlife Conservation Act (WCA) to develop recovery plans for species listed by the state of New Mexico as threatened or endangered. [17-2-40.1 NMSA 1978]. The current list of wildlife species designated as threatened and endangered under the New Mexico Wildlife Conservation Act can be found on Bison-M


Recovery Plans

Desert Foxes- Conservation page New Mexico Game & Fish

Public Participation Policy: Learn how to help the Department recover threatened and endangered species:

Recovery Plan Public Participation Policy Revised-4-28

Least Shrew Draft Recovery Plan Available for Public Review: The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish announces the availability for public review of its draft recovery plan for Least Shrew, a species of small mammal listed as threatened under the New Mexico Wildlife Conservation Act.  Populations of Least Shrew occur on the plains in the northeastern quarter of the state, and in portions of the Pecos River Valley.  The draft plan can be viewed on the Department’s website, or obtained by email,  Comments must be submitted by email prior to 5:00 pm on December 24, 2020.  The Department will present the recovery plan for approval to the State Game Commission at its meeting scheduled for January 15, 2021.
Least Shrew Draft Recovery Plan

Visit these website pages with Species Plans & Projects for:
Amphibians and Reptiles (recent: Gila Monster)
Birds (recent: White-tailed Ptarmigan, Gould’s Turkey)
Fish | Invertebrates | Mammals