On Monday, the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish says is will place roadblocks throughout the during the fall hunting and fishing seasons to collect data and detect wildlife law violations.

A statement released by the department says hunters and anglers should expect conservation officers to check for not only game-law compliance, but adherence to provisions of the Off Highway Motor Vehicle Act and the Aquatic Invasive Species Control Act.

Representatives from the U.S. Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management, the New Mexico State Police, and various county sheriff’s offices will also be on hand to assist conservation officers.