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Mexican Wolf Conservation Stamp
The New Mexico Wilderness Alliance issued its first Mexican Wolf Conservation Stamp in 2011. This collectible stamp is similar to the US Fish and Wildlife’s duck stamp, which funds wetlands conservation, but the stamp is in no way related to hunting. All proceeds from sales of the wolf stamp directly benefit activities to support Mexican wolf conservation and education projects.
The 4.5×5.5 inch full-color stamp is sold exclusively through New Mexico Wilderness Alliance and is a framing-quality print for collectors. We have 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020 stamps available.
Wild Guide – Passport to New Mexico Wilderness Second Edition
This comprehensive guide to New Mexico’s protected wildlands is the only book that features each of the state’s designated wilderness areas and wilderness study areas as well as other treasures such as the Rio Grande del Norte and Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks national monuments. This second edition has been updated to include New Mexico’s 13 new Wilderness areas, which were established in March 2019 when a federal public lands package became law!
Part hiking guide and part reference book,“Wild Guide: Passport to New Mexico Wilderness” can help you discover our best public lands. The book replaces the Wilderness Alliance’s annual publication and is an update of the out-of-print “New Mexico Wilderness Areas: The Complete Guide” by Bob Julyan.
Paperback wirebound books are $20.00 + $3.20 s&h
Rio Chama book
The 135-mile Rio Chama of northern New Mexico is a major tributary of the Rio Grande. From its alpine headwaters at the Continental Divide of the glaciated San Juan Mountains in southern Colorado, this hidden gem flows across the Colorado Plateau in a spectacular canyon cut into Mesozoic sedimentary rocks, in places up to 1,500 feet deep. Towering, vibrant, sand-stone cliffs, heavily wooded side canyons, superb camping, and a diversity of historical sites offer an outstanding wild river backdrop for the boater, angler, hiker, or camper.
This book contains detailed river maps of the navigable sections of the Rio Chama, plus its three resplendent reservoirs, from the Colorado headwaters to its confluence with the Rio Grande near Española. Not all of the sections are suitable for recreational rafting and kayaking, but all are worthy of exploration. The Chama Canyon section, below El Vado Dam and through the Chama Canyon Wilderness, is one of the finest, multi-day, whitewater trips in the Southwest.
New Mexico Wild Hats
Several styles available, from Structured Trucker Hats to UV Protection.