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Career Advancement 

Last Updated: 09/08/2011

Promoted from District Officer to Field Supervisor

Officer Duff with 2 captured bear cubs which will be evaluated by NMDGF rehabilitator before release
Officer Duff with 2 captured black bear cubs that will be taken to a game and fish rehabilitator for evaluation

Name:

Colin Duff

Position:

Roswell District Supervisor

Special Area of Responsibility/Game Mgmt Units:

31, 32, 33, 37, 39, 40

Education:

BS in Wildlife Management & Fisheries Science

Length of Service:

11 years

Specialty or Interest:

Working complex wildlife investigations involving multiple suspects and numerous alleged violations

Current Projects/Assignments:

Scheduling hunt patrols for the upcoming seasons, responding to depredations complaints around Roswell, aquatic invasive species check stations at Sumner Lake

Best Thing About the Job:

Everyday is something new and challenging 

Most Common Question People Have:

When did the Department last stock the lake with fish?

Answer:

Most of the fishing waters are stocked on a two week schedule, Recently stocked water are published on the Department website and can be found be clicking on the Fishing Information Picture under the Recreation tab at the top of the Home page

Contact Information:

Email: colin.duff@state.nm.us, of call 575-624-6135

 

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