ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Game and Fish officers will have roadblocks during the spring and fall hunting seasons to collect harvest information and watch for people who break the law
Hunters in New Mexico should expect to see roadblocks during the spring and fall hunting seasons.
New Mexico Department of Game and Fish officers will have roadblocks throughout the state to collect harvest information and watch for people breaking the law.
Conservation officers also will check whether hunters are complying with registration requirements and safety provisions of the Off Highway Motor Vehicle Act.
In addition, drivers of vehicles hauling wood will be asked to produce paperwork required by the Forestry Conservation Act.
The game department says its officers could be assisted by other law enforcement agencies, including the U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, New Mexico State Police or county sheriff’s departments.