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Mission of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service:

Working with others to conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife, and plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people.

Featured News Items


7/24/14: Web Endangered Species Status for the Zuni Bluehead Sucker
7/23/14: Web Service works with U.S. Forest Service to protect New Mexico meadow jumping mouse habitat while providing access to water for cattle
7/21/14: Web Sign up for the Jemez Mountains Salamander Training Workshop, August 14-15, 2014
6/11/14: PDF 287 KB Determination of Endangered Status for the New Mexico Meadow Jumping Mouse throughout its range
4/8/14: PDF 197 KB New Mexico Meadow Jumping Mouse: Federal Register Notice

Our Vision

We work to protect endangered and threatened species, migratory birds, freshwater fish and wildlife habitats in New Mexico. We also work with many other private and public partners to preserve and protect living resources of the New Mexico ecosystems.

Biological Opinions

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2013 0041 Paliza Prescribed Burn, Jemez Ranger District, Santa Fe National Forest 1.9 MB
2013 0052 New Mexico Highway 314 Bridge Replacement on Isleta Pueblo 1.4 MB
2012 0005 AMAFCA Embayment Project 964 KB
2012 0015 San Acacia Levee Project 4.8 MB
2012 0016 USIBWC's proposed Land Management Alternative action on the Rio Grande Canalization Project 1.3 MB

Tent Rock Mountains.
Photo by Joel Lusk.

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