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New Mexico Department of Game and Fish

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Last Updated: 1/5/05

Officer Jackson checking traps for state law and commission rule compliance

Officer Jackson checking a trap for regulation compliance.


Ty Jackson


Duty Station:



Special Area of Responsibility/Game Mgmt Units:

GMU's 28, 29, 34



Bachelor of Science with Major in Animal Science


Length of Service:

2.5 years


Specialty or Interest:

Law Enforcement


Current Projects/Assignments:

Investigations from hunting season


Best Thing About the Job:

Freedom to work where and when I need to in the field


Most Common Question People Have:

Where are all the elk?



Elk can be seen early in the morning and late afternoon in mountain meadows. When feeling pressured they tend to head into deeper canyons and isolated, roadless areas.


Contact Information:

Phone: 505-687-3753