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Important Notice:

In an effort to ensure continuity of operations for the New Mexico Ecological Services Field Office in light of the New Mexico Governor's recent stay-at-home instruction for the State of New Mexico, please submit all project review requests in electronic format (email) until further notice. All project requests located within New Mexico should be sent to nmesfo@fws.gov.

Guidance for Completing Project Reviews

Endangered Species Act Section 10 Permit Guidance


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

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4/28/20: PDF 240 KB FWS Seeks Public Comment on Revised Proposed Critical Habitat for Two Southwestern Gartersnakes
4/22/20: PDF 1.7 MB Pueblo of Santa Clara Low-Effect Habitat Conservation Plan
4/22/20: PDF 198 KB Pueblo of Santa Clara Low-Effect Habitat Conservation Plan - Screening Form
4/22/20: PDF 255 KB Pueblo of Santa Clara Low-Effect Habitat Conservation Plan - FAQs
2/3/20: PDF 249 KB New Mexico meadow jumping mouse (NMMJM) 5-Year Status Review
2/3/20: PDF 7.2 MB New Mexico meadow jumping mouse (NMMJM) Revised Species Status Assessment
1/21/20: PDF 274 KB Sign up for Mexican Spotted Owl (MSO) Survey Protocol Training - April 23, 2020
1/20/20: PDF 275 KB Sign up for Mexican Spotted Owl (MSO) Survey Protocol Training - March 18 and March 19, 2020


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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2018 0260 Socorro County Wildfire Hazard Mitigation Project 541 KB
2018 0614 Bosque del Apache NWR New Mexico Meadow Jumping Mouse Habitat Rehabilitation and Wetland Management 671 KB
2017 0059 New Mexico Highway 6 Bridge A300423 – USFWS Concurrence 781 KB
2017 0279 Proposed Baca Bank Stabilization Project in Bernalillo, NM 2.3 MB
2017 0331 Central Socorro Bosque Restoration Project 599 KB
2017 0367 Rio Grande Canalization Project Long-Term River Management 730 KB
2017 0541 Programmatic Section 10a1A for the New Mexico meadow jumping mouse 236 KB
2016 0131 Navajo Nation improvements to San Juan River Fruitland-Cambridge and Hogback-Cudei Irrigation units 5.3 MB
2016 0252 Santa Fe National Forest Upper Cebolla Fence Project Reinitiation 2.1 MB
2016 0287 NM Interstate Stream Commission's Habitat Restoration at five sites near RM 116 to RM 99 1.03 MB

 


Tent Rock Mountains.
Photo by Joel Lusk.

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