Wildlife publications cover topics related to habitat management, tanning and pelt preparation, game meat processing, control of problem species, small game, muzzleloading, and aquaculture.

Many of the publications are available as PDF files. To use files in PDF format, you will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is free to download from the Adobe web site.


L-201: Prairie Dogs of New Mexico and Their Control

L-202: Bats in Buildings: Proper Exclusion Techniques in New Mexico

L-209: Rodent Control and Protection from Hantavirus

L-210: Rabbits and Their Control in New Mexico

L-211: Controlling Nuisance Woodpeckers in New Mexico

L-212: Controlling Nuisance Birds in New Mexico

L-213: Western Forest Tent Caterpillar

L-214: New Mexico Skunks: Identification, Ecology, and Damage Management

Circular 574: Controlling Rock Squirrel Damage in New Mexico

Circular 659: Whitefringed Beetle in New Mexico Alfalfa

G-324: Sleep Tight! Don't Let the Bed Bugs Bite! Practical Information for Dealing With and Eliminating Bed Bugs

Guía G-324 - ¡No Deje Que Los Chinches De Cama Le Piquen! Información Práctica para Enfrentar y Eliminar Chinches de Cama


L-101: How to Prepare Pelts

L-111: Basics of Trophy Management

L-301: Mule Deer in New Mexico

L-303: Mearn's Quail in New Mexico

L-304: Scaled Quail Habitat Management

Circular 495: Handling and Cooking Game Animals

Circular 500: The Basics of Muzzleloading

Circular 507: Field Care of Harvested Big Game

Circular 508: Processing Your Deer at Home

Circular 605: Establishing a Shooting Preserve as a Means of Diversification for Landowners in New Mexico

Circular 657: Burning for Big Game

Circular 662: Guidelines for Management of Habitat for Mule Deer: Piñon-juniper, Chihuahuan desert, arid grasslands, and associated arid habitat types

Circular 664: Guidelines for Monitoring Elk and Mule Deer Numbers in New Mexico

Circular 669: Using Population Ratios for Managing Big Game

Circular 700: Guidelines for Monitoring Big Game Populations in New Mexico II: Trend Indices

Wildlife (General)

H-172: Backyard Beneficial Insects of New Mexico

L-108: Growing Trout in New Mexico Ponds

L-109: Controlling Pocket Gophers in New Mexico

L-110: Honey Bees in New Mexico

L-112: Guide to Coaching a National 4-H and FFA Wildlife Habitat Education Program Team

L-114: Wildlife Habitat Education Program (WHEP) Contest

L-115: Coaching a New Mexico 4-H Wildlife Habitat Education Program (WHEP) Team

W-105: Understanding and Preventing Fish Kills in Your Pond

Circular 541: New Mexico Snakes: Information for Homeowners [Being Revised, Nov. 2023]

Circular 543: New Mexico Aquaculture

Circular 561: Identifying and Preserving Wildlife Tracks

Circular 565: Let's Color Some Insects (.pdf)

Circular 570: 100 Common Insects of New Mexico

Circular 609: A Color Key to the Common Spiders Found in Alfalfa and Cotton in New Mexico

Circular 647: Toxic Golden Algae (Prymnesium parvum)

Circular 653: Fishes in the Middle and Lower Rio Grande Irrigation Systems of New Mexico

Circular 663: Manipulating Sandpaper Oak for Livestock and Wildlife Forage

Circular 688: Understanding Predation

Venomous Snakes and Lizards of New Mexico—University of Florida Extension, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences

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