Special offering of conservation ranch in Black Lake, NM. 712 contiguous acres of highly productive mountain rangeland and ponderosa pine/dry mixed conifer forest. Warm and cool season grasses. High diversity of grasses, shrubs, and trees. Forest maintained by past and present owners. Private road access from paved portion of NM hwy 120. +- 612 acres restricted by conservation easement, allowing traditional agricultural practices, such as livestock grazing, wildlife harvesting, and firewood harvesting. Peaceful and secluded Wildlife sanctuary on the Colfax/Mora County line above Coyote Creek, in GMU 46. 100 acres unencumbered, with power lines passing thru property, Aspen grove, flat building sites, and sweeping views of the ranch land and surrounding mountains.