Your Comments Needed Regarding Threatened and Endangered Species

It's human nature that we're fascinated by all of the wild things, and we've learned how to manage many species. The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is currently working on the list of threatened and endangered species. The categorization is an issue of which you, as a sportsman, outdoorsman, and general lover of …

New Mexico Elk Habitat Supported by RMEF

In the hunting world, New Mexico is known for its divine elk herds. This wouldn't be possible without habitat to support the animals. The state has set aside land trusts, which are designated as draw only units, and they are well managed. Throughout the state, however, there are other magnificent hunting areas. Thanks to the help …

Outfitters Contribute Substantially to Conservation Efforts

Hunters are finding it more important to display their support of conservation efforts. Over the years, hunters have been key financial in the endeavor. As more recreationists hit the woods, the impact on the resources has increased. Conservation organizations have stepped up their efforts and are generating more funds. That's why I find the isight …

HUGE Number of Bear Incidents in Colorado

We've been discussing bears so much that we feel we need to come to a new topic on the MAC Outdoors podcast, but you'd be amazed at the number of bear incidents in Colorado this year. This is why we continue to address the topic. We've mentioned a few scenes, and the number of bears that …

Camping, Hiking, and Grizzly Bears on MAC Outdoors Podcast

Mia Anstine and Lea Leggitt share secret outdoor destinations and talk grizzly bears on this week's MAC Outdoors Podcast. In episode 021 of the MAC Outdoors Podcast with Mia and Lea the duo divulges secret high country destinations, discuss grizzly attacks, and the news of the delisting of the bears in the Yellowstone area. If you’ve …

Conservation Efforts Succeed in Recovering Grizzly Populations

If you pay attention, study, and research, you already know that hunters are major contributors to conservation efforts. With the help of regulations, all animal populations can and will thrive. Today we can cheer because we've saved a population of animals from extinction. This is great news. Yesterday the U.S. Department of Interior released the …

A Wildlife Reminder: Time to be Bear Aware  

Bears have emerged from hibernation and are on the prowl for food. Colorado Parks and Wildlife is sending its annual reminder, asking Colorado residents and visitors to be “Bear Aware.” In early spring, bears can usually find sources of natural food as wild plants begin to grow nutritious new sprouts. Bears also prefer natural sources …