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Officer of the Month 

Last Updated: 11/30/2012

December 2012

 

District Officer Logan Vanlandingham on OHV and Deer hunt patrol

District Officer Logan Vanlandingham on OHV and Deer hunt patrol

District Officer Logan Vanlandingham darting a bear that climbed into the undercarriage of a truck near Nogal, NM
District Officer Logan Vanlandingham darting a bear that climbed into the undercarriage of a truck near Nogal, NM
District Officer Logan Vanlandingham operating the tractor building Praire Chicken watering units near Milnesand, NM.
District Officer Logan Vanlandingham operating the tractor building Praire Chicken watering units near Milnesand, NM.

Name:

Logan Vanlandingham

 

Duty Station:

Carrizozo District Officer

 

Special Area of Responsibility/Game Mgmt Units:

Units 18, 37 & 38

 

Education:

BAS in Forestry Wildlife Law Enforcement from WNMU

 

Length of Service:

1.5 years

 

Specialty or Interest:

Wildlife Conservation through law enforcement

 

Current Projects/Assignments:

Antelope Hunt Patrol and dealing with problem bears

 

Best Thing About the Job:

The ability to work outdoors and with people who are passionate about hunting and fishing.

 

Most Common Question People Have:

Where are all the antelope?

 

Answer:

In the last 5 years we have had severe drought in the area and this has caused our antelope numbers to drop but I assure you there are still some harvestable bucks out there, you just need to get out there and hunt.  2012 is looking better with some fawns on the ground but we still need rain.

 

Contact Information:

Call 505-999-9211 or Logan.Vanlandingham@state.nm.us

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