Woman dressed warmly in camouflage and standing in marsh reeds aims a shotgun into the air

Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge is along the picturesque Rio Grande 50 miles south of Albuquerque. Three units of the refuge provide great opportunities for waterfowl and upland bird hunting. Unit A (70 acres) and Unit B (50 acres) offer hunting for duck, goose, coot, mourning dove, white-winged dove and Eurasian collared-dove on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday from half an hour before sunrise to 1 p.m. The Rio Puerco Unit (590 acres) offers hunting for mourning dove, white-winged dove, Eurasian-collared dove and Gambel’s quail seven days a week from half an hour before sunrise to sunset. Please refer to the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish Hunting Rules and Information and the Migratory Game Bird Supplement. Hunting is permitted in these three units only.