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A Century Of Conservation | New Mexico | Short Films
Uploaded on 2 September, 2012
Elk restoration began in New Mexico in 1911, even before the Land of Enchantment became a state. Releases continued through the 1960s, and today the estimated population of elk is approximately 80,000.
To recognize the achievements of the Department of Game and Fish during the first century of statehood, the Department produced this video entitled “A Century of Conservation” to mark New Mexico’s Centennial, 1912 – 2012.
Length : 9:27
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