TYCC Group Puts in a Hard Days Work on Fish Passage Project on Pueblo Lands
Tribal Youth Conservation Corp members complete a fish passage project on Cochiti Pueblo.
The New Mexico Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office (NMFWCO) works with partners to conduct dependable and accurate research, monitoring and fishery resource inventory activities in the American Southwest. Resource conservation activities are conducted in all the major river basins of New Mexico including the Rio Grande, Pecos, Gila/Mimbres, and San Juan.
Activities range from fish community monitoring, habitat restoration monitoring, management of non-native species, augmentation of native populations, and outreach and education. To accomplish these activities, NMFWCO utilizes various sampling techniques including backpack and raft-mouted electrofishing, seining, and fyke and gill netting. Work is conducted in both urban areas and in remote locations that are only accessible via rafts or horses and mules.
Activities conducted by NMFWCO address all six of the Fisheries Program Priorties:
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