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Career Advancement 

Last Updated: 11/13/2013


Promoted from District Officer to Sergeant, Raton District Supervisor


Sergeant Kyle Jackson
Sergeant Kyle Jackson
Sergeant Kyle Jackson with a cow elk
Sergeant Kyle Jackson with a cow elk


Sergeant Kyle Jackson



Raton District Supervisor


Special Area of Responsibility/Game Mgmt Units:

GMU’s: 47, 48, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59



Masters of Science – Range Science

Bachelors of Science – Agricultural Science, Business and Technology

Associates of Science – Agronomy


Length of Service:

5 years


Specialty or Interest:

Law Enforcement, Trapping, Large Predators


Current Projects/Assignments:

Ongoing Law Enforcement deterrence and detection Upcoming projects: Pronghorn Antelope trap and a Turkey trap


Best Thing About the Job:

The best thing about being a Game Warden is that every day is different. You never know what the day might hold and you never get bored because there is always something to learn or improve on.


Most Common Question People Have:

Hunters always ask “Where are all the elk?” or “Where are all the deer?”



Most of the time I am on a roadway when asked that question. I always gesture to the land away from the roadway and tell them “In the woods!”


Contact Information:

Call 575-447-9683 or email


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