Goals of WCASW
Work to Protect Wildlife, Wildlife Corridors And Critical Habitat necessary for Native Wildlife Populations.
Statutes must be changed. Rules must be written to protect New Mexico's Native wildlife. Native species which have little to no statutory protections include coyotes, prairie dogs, porcupines, skunks, and rabbits. Other species for which there are no bag limits include bobcats, foxes, raccoons, badgers, beavers, weasels, ringtails, muskrats, most snakes, and reptiles.