Trapping bill highlights state’s urban-rural divide

Trapping bill highlights state’s urban-rural divide
HB 366 has become known as Roxy’s Law, in honor of an 8-year-old heeler mix strangled in a trap last month at Santa Cruz Lake. When the House Energy, Environment and Natural Resources Committee took testimony from the public about ... Read More

Sierra Club responds to land commissioner’s ban on killing contests

Sierra Club responds to land commissioner’s ban on killing contests
Garcia Richard’s decision is a victory for sound wildlife management For immediate release: Jan. 10, 2019   Contact: Mary Katherine Ray, Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter Wildlife chair, 575-772-5655, mkrscrim@gmail.com On Thursday, New Mexico Land Commissioner Stephanie Garcia Richard announced a ... Read More

Five Mexican gray wolves dead in November

Five Mexican gray wolves dead in November
Five Mexican gray wolves were found dead in November, bringing the 2018 total to 17. The known population numbers only 114 ... Read More

Trapping wrongs continue in New Mexico

Trapping wrongs continue in New Mexico
The Martinez Administration Game Commission and Game and Fish Department have viewed themselves as the guardians of trapping, not the broader public interest. The new Legislature will be convening in January, and this offers the path where outdoor enthusiasts and ... Read More
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