TITLE 19             NATURAL RESOURCES AND WILDLIFE

CHAPTER 31     HUNTING AND FISHING

PART 13               DEER

 

19.31.13.1             ISSUING AGENCY: New Mexico department of game and fish.

[19.31.13.1 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.13.1 NMAC, 4-1-2019]

 

19.31.13.2             SCOPE: Sportspersons interested in deer management and deer hunting.  Additional requirements may be found in Chapter 17, NMSA 1978, and Chapters 30, 31, 32 and 33 of Title 19 NMAC.

[19.31.13.2 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.13.2 NMAC, 4-1-2019]

 

19.31.13.3             STATUTORY AUTHORITY: 17-1-14 and 17-1-26 NMSA 1978 provide that the New Mexico state game commission has the authority to establish rules and regulations that it may deem necessary to carry out the purpose of Chapter 17 NMSA 1978 and all other acts pertaining to protected mammals, birds and fish.

[19.31.13.3 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.13.3 NMAC, 4-1-2019]

 

19.31.13.4             DURATION: April 1, 2019 through March 31, 2023.

[19.31.13.4 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.13.4 NMAC, 4-1-2019]

 

19.31.13.5             EFFECTIVE DATE: April 1, 2019, unless a later date is cited at the end of an individual section.

[19.31.13.5 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.13.5 NMAC, 4-1-2019]

 

19.31.13.6             OBJECTIVE: Establishing open hunting seasons and regulation, rules, and procedures governing the distribution and issuance of deer licenses by the department.

[19.31.13.6 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.13.6 NMAC, 4-1-2019]

 

19.31.13.7             DEFINITIONS:

                A.            “Antlerless deer” or “A” shall mean a deer without antlers.

                B.            “Deer” as used herein, shall mean any wild cervid of the genus Odocoileus.

                C.            “Deer enhancement program” as used herein, shall mean the department activity that allows the issuance of not more than two permits for the taking of one fork antlered deer per permit, with the purpose of raising funds for programs and projects to benefit deer.

                D.            “Department” shall mean the New Mexico department of game and fish.

                E.            “Director” shall mean the director of the New Mexico department of game and fish.

                F.            “Either sex” or “ES” shall mean any one deer.

                G.            “Either sex white-tailed deer” or “ESWTD” shall mean any one white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus).

                H.            “Fork antlered deer” or “FAD” shall mean a deer possessing antlers, one of which shall have a definite fork showing two or more distinct points.  A burr at the base does not constitute a point or fork.

                I.             “Fork antlered mule deer” or “FAMD” shall mean a mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) possessing antlers, one of which shall have a definite fork showing two or more distinct points.  A burr at the base does not constitute a point or fork.

                J.             “Fork antlered white-tailed deer” or “FAWTD” shall mean a white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) possessing antlers, one of which shall have a definite fork showing two or more distinct points.  A burr at the base does not constitute a point or fork.

                K.            “Game management unit” or “GMU” shall mean those areas as described in 19.30.4 NMAC, Boundary Descriptions for Game Management Units.

                L.            “High demand hunt” shall mean a special draw hunt where the total number of non-resident applicants for a deer hunt exceeds twenty-two percent of the total applicants based on data for the two immediately preceding years.

                M.           “Private land-only deer license” shall mean the valid official document for hunting deer on private deeded land during designated private land-only hunts.

                N.            “Quality hunt” shall mean a hunt designed to provide a hunter with an opportunity to achieve one or more of the following: an enhanced experience based on timing and length of hunt season; lower hunter density; or an increased opportunity for success.

                O.            “Web sale” shall refer to accessing the department’s internet address to initiate the process to purchase specific deer hunting licenses as designated by the director annually.

                P.            “Wildlife management areas” or “WMAs” shall mean those areas as described in 19.34.5 NMAC Wildlife Management Areas.

[19.31.13.7 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.13.7 NMAC, 4-1-2019]

 

19.31.13.8             ADJUSTMENT OF LICENSES, PERMITS AND AUTHORIZATIONS: The director, with the verbal concurrence of the chairperson or their designee, may adjust the number of licenses, permits, or authorizations for deer up or down by no more than twenty percent of the total licenses available in the GMU to address significant changes in population levels or to address critical department management needs.  This adjustment may be applied to any or all of the specific hunt codes for deer.  The director may change or cancel all hunts on military lands to accommodate closures on those lands; if changed, the season length and bag limit shall remain the same as assigned on the original hunt code.

[19.31.13.8 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.13.8 NMAC, 4-1-2019]

 

19.31.13.9             GMUs 2A, 2B, 2C, 4 AND 5A PRIVATE LAND-ONLY HUNTS:

                A.            Persons applying for private land-only deer licenses in GMUs 2A, 2B, 2C, 4 and 5A must do so on a special application form that may only be obtained from landowners in these GMUs.

                B.            GMU 2A, 2B, 2C, 4 and 5A landowners are required to provide proof of land ownership to obtain special application forms from the department.

                C.            For GMU 5A, the department may use input from landowners to develop a process to distribute special application forms to private landowners that provides reasonable and equitable participation opportunities for landowners.

                D.            When applying for private land hunts in GMU 5A, no more than one person may apply on each application form.

[19.31.13.9 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.13.9 NMAC, 4-1-2019]

 

19.31.13.10          CHRONIC WASTING DISEASE:  The director has the authority to designate possession criteria to any deer hunter where chronic wasting disease (CWD) is a concern.  It is unlawful to transport dead deer, or their parts, taken from any GMU or area identified by the director in which the presence of, or possibility of, exposure to CWD has been identified to any location outside that GMU except for the following:

                A.            meat that is cut and wrapped (either commercially or privately);

                B.            quarters or other portions of meat with no part of the spinal column or head attached;

                C.            meat that has been boned out;

                D.            hides with no heads attached;

                E.            clean skull plates with antlers attached; clean is defined as having been immersed in a bath of at least one part chlorine bleach and two parts water with no meat or tissue attached;

                F.            antlers with no meat or tissue attached;

                G.            finished taxidermied heads;

                H.            or by prior arrangement to a department office.

[19.31.13.11 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.13.10 NMAC, 4-1-2019]

 

19.31.13.11          QUALITY DEER HUNTS:  Quality hunts for deer are as follows:

                A.            the third any legal sporting arms hunt in GMU 2B;

                B.            the January bow hunts in GMU 2B;

                C.            all hunts in GMU 2C;

                D.            all hunts in GMU 5B;

                E.            all hunts in the Burro mountains hunt area in GMU 23 as defined in 19.30.4 NMAC;

                F.            all hunts in GMUs 17, 27, 33 and 41;

                G.            all hunts in the Valle Vidal;

                H.            all private land deer incentive program hunts;

                I.             the November bow hunt in Sugarite canyon state park; and

                J.             all hunts on the Humphries/Rio Chama/Sargent WMAs.

[19.31.13.12 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.13.11 NMAC, 4-1-2019]

 

19.31.13.12          SPECIAL DEER HUNTING OPPORTUNITIES:

                A.            Deer enhancement program:

                                (1)           Program description: The director of the department shall collect all proceeds generated through the auction and lottery of special deer permits, and such monies shall be deposited in the game protection fund.  These monies shall be made available for expenditure by the department solely for programs and projects to benefit deer and for direct costs incurred in carrying out these programs.  These monies shall be used to augment, and not replace, monies appropriated from existing funds available to the department for the conservation, restoration, utilization and management of deer.

                                (2)           Requirements for issuance of special deer permits:

                                                (a)           The state game commission shall authorize the director of the department to issue not more than two special deer permits in any one license year to take one fork antlered deer per permit. The director shall allow the sale of one permit through auction to the highest bidder and one permit to a person selected through a random drawing of a lottery ticket by the department or an incorporated, nonprofit organization dedicated to the conservation of deer.

                                                (b)           Unless their hunting privileges have been revoked pursuant to law, any person is eligible to submit a bid for the special deer auction permit or purchase lottery tickets in an attempt to be selected for the special deer lottery permit.

                                                (c)           The special deer permits issued through auction and lottery may be transferred through sale, barter or gift by the successful individuals to only other individuals qualified to hunt.

                                (3)           Enhancement hunts: Deer enhancement licenses shall be valid from September 1 through January 31, for any legal sporting arms.  These licenses shall be valid statewide where hunting is allowed. The bag limit shall be one fork antlered deer.  The authorization to obtain a deer enhancement license may be used either by the applicant or any individual. 

                B.            Deer incentive programs:

                                (1)           Chronic wasting disease (CWD) reporting incentive: The director may annually allow up to two deer authorizations to be issued through a random drawing for deer and elk hunters submitting their legally harvested animal for CWD testing.  Authorizations awarded pursuant to this rule may be transferred through sale, barter or gift.  Deer incentive hunts shall be valid only for the dates, legal sporting arms, bag limit and area specified by the director.

                                (2)           Private land deer incentive program: Private landowners who are conducting and maintaining substantial habitat improvements or land management practices on their deeded lands that directly and significantly benefit deer may be considered for special recognition.  Only those projects as determined by the department to be relevant and beneficial to deer will be considered.  Landowners must submit an application and once approved, develop a deer conservation and management plan in cooperation with the department.  Upon approval of the plan the landowner may be granted alternative season dates as approved by the department.  Landowners receiving incentive authorizations are required to submit an update as directed by the department to be considered for continued participation.  The hunt code for any unique hunt season approved pursuant to this program shall be DER-1-600.

                C.            Premium hunt opportunity:  One premium deer draw hunt will be issued each license year through the draw.  The hunt area will be statewide on any public land open to hunting, including WMAs, and private land with written permission.

open GMUs or areas

2019-2020 hunt dates

2020-2021 hunt dates

2021-2022 hunt dates

2022-2023 hunt dates

hunt code

licenses

bag limit

statewide

9/1/2019-1/31/2020

9/1/2020-1/31/2021

9/1/2021-1/31/2022

9/1/2022-1/31/2023

DER-1-700

1

FAD

[19.31.13.13 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.13.12 NMAC 4-1-2019]

 

19.31.13.13          POPULATION MANAGEMENT HUNTS:

                A.            The director or their designee may authorize population management hunts for deer when justified in writing by department personnel.

                B.            The director or their designee shall designate the legal sporting arms, season dates, season lengths, bag limits, hunt boundaries, specific requirements or restrictions, and number of licenses to be issued.

C.            In the event that an applicant is not able to hunt on the dates specified, the applicant’s name shall be moved to the bottom of the list and another applicant may be contacted for the hunt.

                D.            In those instances where a population management hunt is warranted on deeded private lands, the landowner may suggest eligible hunters of their choice by submitting a list of prospective hunters’ names to the department for licensing consideration.  No more than one-half of the total number of licenses authorized shall be available to landowner identified hunters.  The balance of prospective hunters shall be identified by the department.

[19.31.13.14 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.13.13 NMAC, 4-1-2019]

 

19.31.13.14          DEER HUNTS:

                A.            Public draw (and private lands in GMUs 2A, 2B, 2C, 4 and 5A) deer hunts, listing the open GMUs or areas, eligibility requirements or restrictions, hunt dates, hunt codes, legal sporting arms, number of licenses and bag limit shall be as indicated below.  The state game commission owned prairie-chicken areas shall be open for deer hunting during established seasons.  Hunters holding a valid bow deer license for GMUs 23 or 24 who did not harvest a deer during their hunt will be allowed to hunt for antlerless deer within the Silver City deer management area as delineated by the department from January 16 through February 5.

open GMUs or areas

2019-2020 hunt dates

2020-2021 hunt dates

2021-2022 hunt dates

2022-2023 hunt dates

hunt code

licenses

bag limit

2A

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-1-100

150

FAD

2A: private land only

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-1-101

40

FAD

2A: youth only

11/23-12/1

11/21-11/29

11/20-11/28

11/19-11/27

DER-1-102

40

FAD

2A

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-103

40

FAD

2A: private land only

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-104

15

FAD

2A

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-105

80

FAD

2A: private land only

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-106

15

FAD

2A

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

DER-3-107

50

FAD

2A: private land only

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

DER-3-108

10

FAD

2B

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-1-109

275

FAD

2B: private land only

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-1-110

25

FAD

2B

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-1-111

400

FAD

2B: private land only

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-1-112

25

FAD

2B

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-113

475

FAD

2B: private land only

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-114

75

FAD

2B: youth only

11/23-12/1

11/21-11/29

11/20-11/28

11/19-11/27

DER-1-115

150

FAD

2B

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-116

130

FAD

2B: youth only

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-117

20

FAD

2B: private land only

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-118

10

FAD

2B

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-119

180

FAD

2B: youth only

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-120

50

FAD

2B: private land only

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-121

30

FAD

2B

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

DER-3-122

175

FAD

2B: youth only

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

DER-3-123

20

FAD

2B: private land only

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

DER-3-124

10

FAD

2C

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-125

30

FAD

2C: private land only

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-126

8

FAD

2C

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-127

50

FAD

2C: private land only

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-128

15

FAD

2C

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

DER-3-129

20

FAD

2C: private land only

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

DER-3-130

9

FAD

4: Humphries/Rio Chama/Sargent WMAs

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-1-131

20

FAD

4: Humphries/Rio Chama/Sargent WMAs, youth only

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-1-132

10

FAD

4: private land only

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-1-133

175

FAD

4: Humphries/Rio Chama/Sargent WMAs

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-1-134

20

FAD

4: private land only

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-1-135

175

FAD

4: Humphries/Rio Chama/Sargent WMAs

11/16-11/20

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-136

10

FAD

4: private land only

11/16-11/20

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-137

10

FAD

4: Humphries/Rio Chama/Sargent WMAs, youth only

11/27-12/1

11/25-11/29

11/24-11/28

11/23-11/27

DER-1-138

5

FAD

4: Humphries/Rio Chama/Sargent WMAs

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-139

10

FAD

4: private land only

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-140

150

FAD

4: private land only

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

DER-3-141

100

FAD

5A: public land only

11/5-11/11

11/10-11/16

11/9-11/15

11/8-11/14

DER-1-142

40

FAD

5A: private land only

11/5-11/11

11/10-11/16

11/9-11/15

11/8-11/14

DER-1-143

220

FAD

5A: public land only

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-144

30

FAD

5A: private land only

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-145

220

FAD

5A: public land only

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

DER-3-146

10

FAD

5A: private land only

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

DER-3-147

50

FAD

5B

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-148

25

FAD

5B: youth only

11/23-12/1

11/21-11/29

11/20-11/28

11/19-11/27

DER-1-149

10

FAD

5B

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-150

10

FAD

5B

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

DER-3-151

10

FAD

6A and 6C: mobility impaired

10/12-10/16

10/17-10/21

10/16-10/20

10/15-10/19

DER-1-152

20

FAD

6A and 6C

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-153

100

FAD

6A and 6C

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-154

100

FAD

6A and 6C

9/28-10/2

10/3-10/7

10/2-10/6

10/1-10/5

DER-3-155

115

FAD

7

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-156

25

FAD

7

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-157

10

FAD

7

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

DER-3-158

20

FAD

8: youth only

11/23-12/1

11/21-11/29

11/20-11/28

11/19-11/27

DER-2-159

50

FAD

8

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-160

65

FAD

9: including Water canyon and Marquez WMAs

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-161

10

FAD

9: including Water canyon and Marquez WMAs, youth only

11/23-12/1

11/21-11/29

11/20-11/28

11/19-11/27

DER-1-162

10

FAD

9: including Water canyon and Marquez WMAs

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-163

10

FAD

9: including Water canyon and Marquez WMAs, restricted muzzleloader only

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

DER-3-164

10

FAD

10: mobility impaired

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-1-165

20

FAD

10

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-1-166

70

FAD

10

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-1-167

65

FAD

10

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-168

90

FAD

10: youth only

11/23-12/1

11/21-11/29

11/20-11/28

11/19-11/27

DER-1-169

25

FAD

10

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-170

100

FAD

10

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

DER-3-171

90

FAD

12

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-1-172

90

FAD

12

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-173

20

FAD

12

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-3-174

40

FAD

13

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-175

150

FAD

13

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-176

150

FAD

13: youth only

11/23-12/1

11/21-11/29

11/20-11/28

11/19-11/27

DER-1-177

50

FAD

13

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-178

125

FAD

13

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-179

75

FAD

13

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-3-180

200

FAD

14

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-1-181

50

FAD

14

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-182

30

FAD

14

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-183

25

FAD

14

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

DER-3-184

50

FAD

15

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-185

75

FAD

15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-186

25

FAD

15

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-3-187

165

FAD

15: youth only

11/23-12/1

11/21-11/29

11/20-11/28

11/19-11/27

DER-3-188

100

FAD

16

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-189

300

FAD

16: mobility impaired

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-190

25

FAD

16

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-191

300

FAD

16: youth only

11/23-12/1

11/21-11/29

11/20-11/28

11/19-11/27

DER-1-192

100

FAD

16

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-193

230

FAD

16

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-194

175

FAD

16

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-3-195

300

FAD

17

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-196

80

FAD

17

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-197

80

FAD

17: youth only

11/23-12/1

11/21-11/29

11/20-11/28

11/19-11/27

DER-1-198

80

FAD

17

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-199

75

FAD

17

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-200

75

FAD

17

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-3-201

80

FAD

18

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-202

70

FAD

18

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-203

70

FAD

18

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-204

50

FAD

18

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-205

40

FAD

18

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-3-206

75

FAD

19: White Sands missile range only, mandatory check-in/check-out

1/3-1/5 &

1/17-1/19

1/15-1/17 &

1/29-1/31

1/14-1/16 &

1/28-1/30

1/13-1/15 &

1/27-1/29

DER-1-207

5

FAD

19: except the White Sands missile range portion, mandatory check-in/check-out

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-208

10

FAD

12/7-12/11

12/5-12/9

12/4-12/8

12/3-12/7

DER-3-209

10

FAD

20

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-210

90

FAD

20

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-211

90

FAD

20

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-212

40

FAD

20

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-213

25

FAD

20

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-3-214

85

FAD

21

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-215

425

FAD

21

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-216

425

FAD

21: youth only

11/23-12/1

11/21-11/29

11/20-11/28

11/19-11/27

DER-1-217

100

FAD

21

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-218

300

FAD

21

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-219

200

FAD

21

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-3-220

350

FAD

22

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-221

70

FAD

22

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-222

70

FAD

22: youth only

11/23-12/1

11/21-11/29

11/20-11/28

11/19-11/27

DER-1-223

20

FAD

22

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-224

30

FAD

22

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-225

25

FAD

22

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-3-226

65

FAD

23: except the Burro mountains hunt area

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-227

450

FAMD

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-228

450

FAMD

11/16-11/20

11/21-11/25

11/20-11/24

11/19-11/23

DER-1-229

100

FAWTD

12/7-12/15

12/5-12/13

12/4-12/12

12/3-12/11

DER-1-230

50

FAWTD

23: except the Burro mountains hunt area, youth only

11/23-12/1

11/21-11/29

11/20-11/28

11/19-11/27

DER-1-231

75

FAD

23: except the Burro mountains hunt area

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-232

205

FAMD

23/24: Silver City management area

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

A

23: except the Burro mountains hunt area

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-233

50

FAMD

23/24: Silver City management area

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

A

23: except the Burro mountains hunt area

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-234

100

FAWTD

23/24: Silver City management area

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

A

23: except the Burro mountains hunt area

1/16-1/31

1/16-1/31

1/16-1/31

1/16-1/31

DER-2-235

50

FAWTD

23/24: Silver City management area

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

A

23: except the Burro mountains hunt area

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-3-236

225

FAMD

23: except the Burro mountains hunt area

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-3-237

45

FAWTD

23: Burro mountains hunt area

11/2-11/10

11/7-11/15

11/6-11/14

11/5-11/13

DER-1-238

35

FAMD

12/7-12/15

12/5-12/13

12/4-12/12

12/3-12/11

DER-1-239

40

FAWTD

23: Burro mountains hunt area, youth only

11/23-12/1

11/21-11/29

11/20-11/28

11/19-11/27

DER-1-240

25

FAD

23: Burro mountains hunt area

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-241

40

FAMD

23/24: Silver City management area

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

A

23: Burro mountains hunt area

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-242

20

FAWTD

23/24: Silver City management area

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

A

23: Burro mountains hunt area

1/16-1/31

1/16-1/31

1/16-1/31

1/16-1/31

DER-2-243

50

FAWTD

23/24: Silver City management area

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

A

23: Burro mountains hunt area

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-3-244

40

FAMD

23: Burro mountains hunt area

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-3-245

40

FAWTD

24: including Fort Bayard management area, youth only

9/28-10/6

10/3-10/11

10/2-10/10

10/1-10/9

DER-1-246

50

FAD

24: excluding Fort Bayard management area

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-247

400

FAMD

24: excluding Fort Bayard management area

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-248

400

FAMD

24: excluding Fort Bayard management area

11/16-11/20

11/21-11/25

11/20-11/24

11/19-11/23

DER-1-249

100

FAWTD

24: including Fort Bayard management area, youth only

11/23-12/1

11/21-11/29

11/20-11/28

11/19-11/27

DER-1-250

50

FAD

24: excluding Fort Bayard management area

12/7-12/15

12/5-12/13

12/4-12/12

12/3-12/11

DER-1-251

50

FAWTD

24: excluding Fort Bayard management area

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-252

125

FAMD

23/24: Silver City management area

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

A

24: excluding Fort Bayard management area

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-253

75

FAMD

23/24: Silver City management area

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

A

24: excluding Fort Bayard management area

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-254

60

FAWTD

23/24: Silver City management area

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

A

24: excluding Fort Bayard management area

1/16-1/31

1/16-1/31

1/16-1/31

1/16-1/31

DER-2-255

40

FAWTD

23/24: Silver City management area

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

1/16-2/5

A

24: excluding Fort Bayard management area

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-3-256

280

FAMD

24: excluding Fort Bayard management area

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-3-257

40

FAWTD

25

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-258

100

FAD

25

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-259

100

FAD

25

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-260

45

FAD

25

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-261

30

FAD

25

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-3-262

45

FAD

26

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-263

100

FAD

26

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-264

100

FAD

26

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-265

25

FAD

26

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-266

15

FAD

26

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-3-267

60

FAD

27

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-268

50

FAMD

27

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-269

50

FAMD

27

11/16-11/20

11/21-11/25

11/20-11/24

11/19-11/23

DER-1-270

40

FAWTD

27: youth only

11/23-12/1

11/21-11/29

11/20-11/28

11/19-11/27

DER-1-271

25

FAD

27

12/7-12/15

12/5-12/13

12/4-12/12

12/3-12/11

DER-1-272

25

FAWTD

27

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-273

40

FAMD

27

1/16-1/31

1/16-1/31

1/16-1/31

1/16-1/31

DER-2-274

40

FAWTD

27

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-3-275

40

FAMD

27

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-3-276

50

FAWTD

28: McGregor range

12/21-12/22

12/19-12/20

12/18-12/19

12/17-12/18

DER-1-277

25

FAD

28: McGregor range, military only

12/21-12/22

12/19-12/20

12/18-12/19

12/17-12/18

DER-1-278

25

FAD

29

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-1-279

170

FAD

29

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-280

170

FAD

29

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-281

100

FAD

29

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-282

50

FAD

29

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-3-283

70

FAD

30

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-1-284

800

FAD

30

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-285

800

FAD

30: youth only

11/23-12/1

11/21-11/29

11/20-11/28

11/19-11/27

DER-1-286

250

FAD

30

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-287

200

FAD

30

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-288

100

FAD

30

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-3-289

325

FAD

31

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-290

465

FAD

31

11/16-11/20

11/21-11/25

11/20-11/24

11/19-11/23

DER-1-291

460

FAD

31

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-292

175

FAD

31

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-293

100

FAD

31

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-3-294

175

FAD

32

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-1-295

625

FAD

32

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-296

625

FAD

32: portions, youth only

12/16-12/31

12/16-12/31

12/16-12/31

12/16-12/31

DER-1-297

15

A

32: portions

1/16-1/31

1/16-1/31

1/16-1/31

1/16-1/31

DER-1-298

15

A

32

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-299

150

FAD

32

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-300

100

FAD

32

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-3-301

175

FAD

33

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-302

150

FAD

33

11/16-11/20

11/21-11/25

11/20-11/24

11/19-11/23

DER-1-303

150

FAD

33

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-304

60

FAD

33

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-305

50

FAD

33: restricted muzzleloader only

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-3-306

140

FAD

31/33 Huey WMA only, youth only

11/23-12/1

11/21-11/29

11/20-11/28

11/19-11/27

DER-3-307

10

ES

31/33 Huey WMA only, youth only

12/26/19-1/1/20

12/26/20-1/1/21

12/26/21-1/1/22

12/26/22-1/1/23

DER-3-308

10

A

34: mobility impaired

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-1-309

50

FAD

34: youth only

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-1-310

45

FAD

34

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-1-311

735

FAD

34

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-312

735

FAD

34

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-313

450

FAD

34

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-314

350

FAD

34

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-3-315

340

FAD

36: excluding Fort Stanton

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-316

300

FAD

36: excluding Fort Stanton

11/9-11/13

11/14-11/18

11/13-11/17

11/12-11/16

DER-1-317

300

FAD

36: including Fort Stanton, youth only

11/23-12/1

11/21-11/29

11/20-11/28

11/19-11/27

DER-1-318

25

FAD

36: including Fort Stanton

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-319

225

FAD

36: including Fort Stanton

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-320

125

FAD

36: excluding Fort Stanton

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-3-321

115

FAD

36: including Fort Stanton, youth only

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-3-322

25

FAD

37

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-323

375

FAD

37

11/16-11/20

11/21-11/25

11/20-11/24

11/19-11/23

DER-1-324

375

FAD

37

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-325

100

FAD

37

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-326

80

FAD

37

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-3-327

125

FAD

38

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-328

175

FAD

38

11/16-11/20

11/21-11/25

11/20-11/24

11/19-11/23

DER-1-329

175

FAD

38

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-330

65

FAD

38

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-331

40

FAD

38

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-3-332

100

FAD

39

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-333

40

FAD

39

11/16-11/20

11/21-11/25

11/20-11/24

11/19-11/23

DER-1-334

40

FAD

39

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-335

25

FAD

39

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-336

15

FAD

39

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-3-337

40

FAD

40

11/2-11/6

11/7-11/11

11/6-11/10

11/5-11/9

DER-1-338

50

FAD

40

11/16-11/20

11/21-11/25

11/20-11/24

11/19-11/23

DER-1-339

50

FAD

40

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-340

15

FAD

40

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-341

10

FAD

40

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-3-342

25

FAD

41

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-1-343

40

FAD

41

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-1-344

40

FAD

41: youth only

11/23-12/1

11/21-11/29

11/20-11/28

11/19-11/27

DER-1-345

5

FAD

41: youth only

12/7-12/11

12/5-12/9

12/4-12/8

12/3-12/7

DER-1-346

15

ESWTD

41

12/14-12/18

12/12-12/16

12/11-12/15

12/10-12/14

DER-1-347

10

ESWTD

41

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-348

10

FAD

41

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

1/1-1/15

DER-2-349

10

FAD

41

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

DER-3-350

25

FAD

42

10/19-10/23

10/24-10/28

10/23-10/27

10/22-10/26

DER-1-351

40

FAD

42

10/26-10/30

10/31-11/4

10/30-11/3

10/29-11/2

DER-1-352

35

FAD

42

11/27-12/1

11/25-11/29

11/24-11/28

11/23-11/27

DER-1-353

10

ESWTD

42

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

9/1-9/24

DER-2-354

10

FAD

42

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

9/27-10/3

DER-3-355

10

FAD

43