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RESOURCES

Butterflies & Moths of Torrance County

The Nature Conservancy

Species Booklet

Species Report

Sevilleta Long Term Ecological Research
University of New Mexico
Department of Biology
167 Castetter Hall
MSC03 2020
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services
Activities on NM Wildlife Management Areas
Type in endangered species or habitat conservation in the website search bar. Numerous choices of information.
P.O. Box 4012
Albuquerque NM 87103-1306


WILDLIFE PRESERVES

NM Wildlife Management Areas
New Mexico Game and Fish-New Mexico Wildlife

505-222-4700

Sevilleta Wildlife Refuge
The Sevilleta is a refuge comprising approximately 360 square miles, located about 60 miles from Deer Canyon Preserve. The majority of the Preserve is closed to the public and used for intensive ecological, archeological, and geologic studies, as well as housing wolves which will be introduced into the wild as part of the Mexican Wolf Reintroduction Program. Volunteers have a unique opportunity to learn and teach about these Preserve projects, as well as helping with maintenance, clerical, visitor services, or research projects.
505-864-4021

Wildlife West Nature Park
A 122-acre wildlife refuge and enhanced zoo. It is staffed by volunteers and members of the New Mexico Youth Conservation Corps.
Edgewood, NM
505-281-7655 or Toll-Free: 877-981-9453
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 


SUGGESTED READINGS

Amphibians and Reptiles of New Mexico by William G. Degenhardt, Charles W. Painter, and Andrew H. Price

Creatures, Critters, and Crawlers of the Southwest by April Kopp

A Field Guide to Animal Tracks, Peterson Field Guide Series, 2nd Edition by Olaus J. Murie

Field Guide to the Sandia Mountains Robert Julyan, Editor, and Mary Stuever, Editor

50 Common Reptiles and Amphibians of the Southwest by Jonathan Hanson

National Audubon Society Field Guide to the Southwestern States byPeter Alden and Peter Friederici

New Mexico Wildlife Viewing Guide by Jane S. MacCarter  

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