McGregor Range, or Game Management Unit 28, is a phenomenal place to hunt elk and barbary sheep. Because it is not as popular as Unit 34 just to the north, there will be less hunting pressure and fewer hunters to compete with. Hunters can glass the area but expect rough terrain and challenging hiking. In order to get a tag in for McGregor Range, hunters will have to enter the New Mexico Big Game Draw. Late-season elk and barbary sheep are the most sought-after trophies for this region. The elk game density in McGregor Range is great, with plenty of bulls. And while the elk trophies are good, the barbary sheep in these mountains are arguably the best in the state. The sleep accommodations are not in Unit 24 but just north in the town of Timberon. McGregor Range is part of an artillery testing range for Fort Bliss, and because of that, your guides will have to be trained and certified to hunt this area. Our guides have the required training and permits to ensure you have an adventurous but safe hunting expedition.
White Sands Missile Range, or Game Management Unit 19, has been home to the common oryx for over thirty years. It provides a unique opportunity in the United States to hunt this exotic species on an open range. You will be chasing down these antelope across open plains, so expect to move quickly through rocky and sandy terrain. Along with oryx, mule deer and pronghorn antelope tags are available. Our hunting guides are knowledgeable and equipped to guide you while hunting any of these species. Similar to the McGregor Range, our guides have all the permits and certifications needed to safely guide you through the missile range on this thrilling hunt.