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Map: Oscura Mountains NM - Surface Management

By BLM TNM2055

Official Bureau of Land Management topographic maps @1:100,000 metric scale (roughly 3/4" = 1 mile), are color-coded to show federally-managed public lands; plus state, private, or tribal lands, military withdrawals, roads and trails, lakes, rivers and streams, and developed recreation areas. This is a great map to have while stalking the exotic oryx and other game in Hunting Units 18, 19, 20, and 17 or on White Sands Missle Range, wildlife watching, hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, camping, or OHV and ATV riding. Visit the Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge and enjoy wildlife viewing, hiking, scenic driving, photography, and picnicking. Sandhill cranes and snow geese overwinter here. Includes roads and lands in Socorro and Lincoln Counties. 2009

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Map: Socorro NM - Surface Management

By BLM TNM1675

Official Bureau of Land Management topographic maps @1:100,000 metric scale (roughly 3/4" = 1 mile), are color-coded to show federally-managed public lands; plus state, private, or tribal lands, military withdrawals, roads and trails, lakes, rivers and streams, and developed recreation areas. This is a great map to have while stalking game in Hunting Units 18, 13, and 14, fishing (where available), wildlife watching, hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, camping, or OHV and ATV riding at Gordy's Hill OHV Area. Wildlife viewing at Bernardo Wildlife Area and Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge(restricted access, check at visitor center). Includes roads and lands in Socorro, Torrance and Valencia Counties. 2013

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Wilderness Warrior

By Douglas Brinkley 60565282

No president has been a greater champion of our public lands and its wildlife than Theodore Roosevelt, our greatest conservation president. Exactly a hundred years after his presidency, Douglas Brinkley’s superb biography reminds us how much we owe to the nation’s 26th president. A must read for everyone who cares about our public land heritage. Hardcover, 2009, 940 pp

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