April 11, 2023 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Virtual on Zoom
Jennifer, Stephanie, Colleen, or Tristanna

You’re invited to join us virtually on Tuesday, April 11 at 5:30 p.m. to talk turkey with Storm Usrey, the department’s conservation education program manager.

Storm has been employed with the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish for over 17 years and has worked as a conservation officer, resident game bird biologist and corporal. He is currently serving as the conservation education manager.

He is a lifelong resident of New Mexico and enjoys the diversity of culture, history, food and wildlife. His passion for hunting wild turkeys has led him to Florida, Mississippi, Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Arizona to pursue this sizable gallinaceous bird. Time spent in the woods with families in these states has been the real prize to him in his hunting adventures. Storm constantly tries to educate himself on wild turkeys and the tactics used for hunting them. He has harvested Merriam’s, Rio Grande and Osceola subspecies in his pursuits around the United States.

While this event is focused on ladies, we welcome everyone to join us.

While this event is focused on ladies, we welcome everyone to join us.


Registration Details:

To participate in the virtual session click the following link to register in advance for this meeting,  https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAude-pqDsqE9eewf9i20u4A8soTcZSHrat

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email on how to join the meeting.