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Old 05-25-2017, 09:20 AM   #1
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So, I just recently learned about these goats and that they live in New Mexico. Not only that, they are found in the area where I like to go off-roading and picnicking and where I cut my Christmas tree every year.

You don't need a permit to hunt them, but their season is from January to March and is only in a small area.

According to my research, these goats are ungulates (like deer) and can get up to 300 lbs. That's a goodly amount of meat - if it is edible. I'm thinking if it was good eating, the state would have regulated their hunting, though.

Either way, when I get a break, I think I'll go see if I can at least spot some to see what they look like in person. It'll make a nice weekend camping trip.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Himalayan_tahr

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Nongame species include porcupine, prairie dogs, rabbits, ground squirrels, and Himalayan tahr.
Coyote and skunks are Unprotected Furbearers. Feral hogs are an Unprotected Species.

Residents are not required to have a license to take nongame species.

Nonresidents must purchase a Nonresident Nongame License or a New Mexico Nonresident Hunting License. Nongame hunting is not permitted on Wildlife Management Areas, unless specifically permitted by rule.
http://www.wildlife.state.nm.us/hunt...nimal/nongame/
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It be bad ass to hunt one with a Golden Eagle!
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I never had any idea they were around. You've got me very interested though.
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It would be fun to go out and just glass for them. From what little I have been able to find out about them, is they are on the east side, or the rough side, of Mt. Taylor, in and around Water Canyon. That information was from 2011, so they have probably spread out even further by now.

When I first saw Water Canyon, I thought it was the one down near Magdalena. Didn't know there were two of them.
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Looks like it would make a good barbecue.
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I like some goat meat really good on gyro's with cracked pepper.
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