YOUTH HUNTS AND ARTISTIC LICENSE IN FALL NEW MEXICO WILDLIFE
SANTA FE, N.M. - Special youth hunts, which provide unique
opportunities for youngsters to hunt big and small game in New Mexico, are
featured in the fall New Mexico Wildlife Magazine, to be distributed
beginning Sept. 23 in 32 newspapers statewide.
The historical series celebrating 100 years of wildlife conservation in
New Mexico continues with a look at the sportsmen's battle with politicians
over wildlife management in the 50s and 60s. Other topics include tips on
A new Wildlife License Plate will go on sale next month and provide
much-needed funding for species in need, while a rare, feisty little bird of
boggy realms gets some unlikely habitat help from alien swamp dwellers.
New Mexico Wildlife is distributed as follows:
Sept. 23: Albuquerque Journal, Albuquerque Tribune;
Sept. 24: Ruidoso News, Socorro El Defensor Chieftain, Quay County Sun,
Union County Leader, Sierra County Sentinel (T or C), Valencia County News
Sept. 25: Clovis News Journal, DeBaca County News, Farmington Daily
Times, Gallup Independent, Portales News-Tribune, Rio Rancho Observer, Santa
Fe New Mexican, Sangre de Cristo Chronicle, Rio Grande Sun, Taos News;
Sept. 26: Alamogordo Daily News, Artesia Daily Press, Carlsbad Current
Argus, Cibola County Beacon, Deming Headlight, Hobbs Daily News-Sun, Las
Cruces Sun-News, Las Vegas Daily Optic, Los Alamos Monitor, Lovington Daily
Leader, Raton Range, Roswell Daily Record, Silver City Daily Press, and
Santa Rosa News.
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