I,ve hunted NM the last two years for big game with good success, also killed a few predators.
As a big game license holder you do not need another license for predators.
I believe that as long as you are hunting coyote and foxes you don't need any license, only if you want to shoot a bobcat.
Coyotes are abundant in that state, I would concentrate on the east side of the state between Clovis and Hobbs and west towards Roswell. The terrain is ideal for calling and it is a target rich environment. Good luck
In state no license for yotes ... out of state need license.
For coyotes in-state residents do not need a license but out of state residence do need a license. I forget if it was a small game one..but here is a link to follow below select New Mexico when you get there.
For furbearers like bobcats, fox, and so on then you need a license period.
Spent a few days in the Artesia area the first of the month. Purchased a Small Game non-resident license to cover anything I might have encountered. That license was $90. Could have gotten a temp (4 day) SG for $33. The other option is a Non-Game which was $65
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