|Title||Alternate Citation||Agency Citation||Summary||Type|
|NM - Exotic Pets - 19.35.7. Importation of Live Nondomestic Animals Birds and Fish||N.M. Admin. Code 19.35.7||NM ADC 19.35.7||
This regulation covers persons who desire to bring wildlife species into the state of New Mexico. It may include the general public, pet importers, holders of Class “A” park licenses, department permitees and others. The stated objective is, "[t]o provide consistent criteria for the importation of live non-domesticated animals into New Mexico and to protect native wildlife against the introduction of contagious or infectious diseases, undesirable species and address human health and safety issues."
|NM - Rehabilitation, wildlife - 19.35.5. Wildlife Rehabilitation Permits||19.35.5 NMAC||N.M. Admin. Code 19.35.5||
The stated objective of this regulation is to establish and implement a system for the issuance and use of permits for the rehabilitation of sick, injured, orphaned or otherwise incapacitated wildlife for return to the wild or other authorized disposition in New Mexico.
|NM - Scientific - 19.35.6. Authorized Uses of Wildlife for Education, Law Enforcement, Research and Scientific Purposes||19.35.6 NMAC||N.M. Admin. Code 220.127.116.11||
This New Mexico rule issued by the department of game and fish and all persons provides information on the taking and possession of protected wildlife for scientific and educational purposes.