1/10/19 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Las Cruces High School 1755 El Paseo Rd


Killing Games Film Screening & Panel Discussion

The Southwest Environmental Center and our partners are sponsoring screenings of the film Killing Games: Wildlife in the Crosshairs in Las Cruces and Albuquerque. At each location, the film will be followed by a panel of experts who will discuss the growing plague of wildlife killing contests and efforts to end them in New Mexico. The film is produced by Project Coyote.

A bill to ban coyote killing contests will be introduced again in the NM Legislature this year. It is the same bill that passed the NM Senate in 2017 and probably would have passed the House also but did not come up for a floor vote. Wildlife advocates are hopeful that the bill will be passed and signed into law this year, making New Mexico the third state to ban coyote killing contests, after California and Vermont.

The fact that wildlife killing contests exist in New Mexico is due to the lack of legal protection for coyotes and many other species. Another bill that will be introduced by Senator Jeff Steinborn would fix this by giving authority to the NM Department of Game and Fish to manage all wildlife.

Las Cruces:

  • Thursday, January 10, 6-8 pm
  • Las Cruces High School (PAL Theater)
  • Panelists: Kevin Bixby, SWEC (moderator); Camilla Fox, Project Coyote; Dave Parsons, biologist, Project Coyote; David Soules, sportsman; Jeff Steinborn, NM Senator.
  • Co-sponsored by LCHS Students for Sustainability
  • Recommended parking: park in the lot off Boutz Road just west of the band field. Entrance to lot is on south side of Boutz, at first traffic light west of El Paseo. Once you park, there will be students to direct you to the theater.


  • Saturday, January 12, 4-5:30 pm
  • South Broadway Cultural Center
  • Panelists: author Dan Flores (Coyote America); Ray Powell Jr. (former NM Land Commissioner); Camilla Fox, Project Coyote; Dave Parsons, biologist, Project Coyote

In addition to SWEC and Project Coyote, event cosponsors include the Sierra Club, WildEarth Guardians, Animal Protection of NM, and the Center for Biological Diversity. Events at both locations are free and open to the public.

For more information, call (575) 522-5552 or contact kevin@wildmesquite.org.


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