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Welcome to the Southwest Mammal Resource Page

The purpose of this page is to provide accurate information and data on
the mammals of the Southwest.  The information is geared towards the
needs of researchers, governmental agencies, conservation organizations,
mammalogy students and others who require accurate data on mammals
in southwestern North America.   The geographic focus of this information
is on the U.S. state of New Mexico, although some data are also provided
for adjacent areas.  Most of the information will be of value to the
surrounding region in Mexico and the United States.  The page is intended
to provide selective, reliable, professional resources rather than exhaustive
coverage.

Please check back periodically as new information will be updated frequently.  The page will provide verified species lists based on current taxonomy, keys to the identification of mammals (both in the field and in lab); summary information on geographic distribution and habitat; and summary information on current threats and conservation status.

Dr. Jennifer K. FreyEmail:jfrey@nmsu.edu