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Career Advancement February 2007 

Last Updated: 02/27/07

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Name:

Andrew G. Gray

Position:

Las Vegas District Supervisor

Special Area of Responsibility/Game Mgmt Units:

Las Vegas , Mora, Tucumcari, Pecos (GMU 41, 42, 43, 45, 46, 47)

Education:

B.S. Wildlife and Fishery Science, Eastern New Mexico University - Go Greyhounds!!!

Length of Service:

7 ½ years

Specialty or Interest:

Family (Teresa, Alyssa and Alia), Defensive Tactics Instructor, Catching Poachers, and Softball

Current Projects/Assignments:

E-Plus Ranch Evaluations GMU Unit 46, Investigations

Best Thing About the Job:

Flexible Hours and Working in New Mexico 's Great Outdoors!

Most Common Question People Have:

How do I become a Game Warden?

Answer:

We require a bachelor degree in one of several areas that you can find on our web page.   It will probably help your chances of getting hired if you have a degree related to wildlife or some sort of experience working with wildlife.   After your degree you will have to attend 5 months of basic law enforcement training at the New Mexico Department of Public Safety Training Academy.  

 

Other than that there's nothing to it!  

 

Click Here to see the requirements to be a Conservation Officer!

 

Contact Information (email & Dept. phone):

Andrew G. Gray

District Wildlife Supervisor-Las Vegas

New Mexico Department of Game & Fish

(505)643-8012

andrew.gray@state.nm.us

 

 

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