File Info : Rio de los Pinos Wildlife Area | EBOOK UNDUH :RIO DE LOS PINOS WILDLIFE AREA |
Contents : Rio de los Pinos Wildlife Area GAIN Activities a Wildlife Viewing a Photographing Access a Hiking a Bicycling a Horseback Riding Hunting and Fishing a Hunting a Fishing Closures a No Facilities a Rest rooms a Primitive camping a No drinking water Fees a Yes Motorized Vehicles a Not allowed beyond the roadway and parking areas What to See Do and Learn Wildlife Viewing-Wildlife watchers may see various wildlife species year-round. Good binoculars are important. The best time to view wildlife is at dawn or dusk. Photographing-The best time to photograph wildlife is at dawn or dusk. A telephoto lens may be important. Hiking-Hiking is the best way to see wildlife year-round at the Rio de los Pinos Wildlife Area or other wildlife management areas. Bicycling-Allowed year-round only on established roads. Horseback Riding-Allowed year-round. Camping-Primitive camping is allowed year-round at the Rio de los Pinos Wildlife Area. Hunting-Allowed on nearby U.S. Forest Service and BLM lands. Fishing-Fishing is allowed year-round. Closures-The Rio de los Pinos Wildlife Area is open year-round. Facilities-The Rio de los Pinos Wildlife Area has rest rooms and primitive camping but no drinking water. Fees-Hunters and anglers must have appropriate licenses and permits. Wildlife viewers photographers hikers bicyclists and horseback riders must have a current GAIN Permit and a Habitat Management and Access Validation. Motorized Vehicles-Not allowed beyond roadway and parking areas. Location: The Rio de los Pinos Wildlife Area is located just south of the Colorado border in northcentral New Mexico. Total Acreage: 848 acres. Purchase: Rio de los Pinos Wildlife Area was purchased in 1953 to provide fishing and recreational access. Description: The Rio de los Pinos Wildlife Area contains 1.5 miles of river. The bottom land is covered in grassy meadows and cottonwoods. For More information: More information about hunting fishing and other activities may be found on the Department's website: www.wildlife.state.nm.us/. For more information on hunting and fishing rules and seasons please read current hunting or fishing Rules and Information Booklets available on the Department's website at Department offices or from license vendors state-wide.
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- Source: www.wildlife.state.nm.us
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