The Department of Game and Fish has released its all-digital fall issue of New Mexico Wildlife.
This issue focuses on conservation efforts in southern New Mexico. Readers will notice an featured an oryx, one of the state’s exotic big game animals, on this season’s cover.
Also in this issue are articles about the science behind restoring New Mexico’s Gila trout population, playa restoration efforts in partnership with Playa Lakes Joint Venture and how the use of controlled burns is improving lesser prairie chicken habitat.
In addition to the magazine, take a look at New Mexico Wildlife Monthly Update, the department’s monthly e-newsletter featuring stories exclusive to the Department website. The Department is always eager to share news about critical missions such as wildlife population surveys, fish spawns and habitat improvements.
Whether a seasoned hunter or angler, an avid birdwatcher, wildlife photographer or just someone who enjoys getting outside and taking in the beauty of the diverse state, the department hopes readers find New Mexico Wildlife to be a great resource.
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