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Last Updated: 07/01/05

July 2005

 

Officer Denny weighing and sampling Brook trout
Officer Denny measuring fingerling Brook Trout

 

Name:

Shawn Denny


Duty Station:

Roswell

 

Special Area of Responsibility/Game Mgmt Units:

Southeast Area, Santa Rosa, Sumner, Brantley, Pecos River, Ruidoso Area

 

Education:

BA in Fisheries and Wildlife Management from NMSU

 

Length of Service:

8.5 years

 

Specialty or Interest:

Warm water reservoir management

 

Current Projects/Assignments:

SEA fisheries management, accessing impacts of golden algae caused fish kills on Pecos River.

Officer Denny search for illegal game heads reportedly dumped in pond
Officer Denny searching for alleged poaching evidence that was reportedly disposed of in pond

 

Best Thing About the Job:

Working to improve a resource I enjoy and the challenge of working in and with a changing environment.

 

Most Common Question People Have:

Why are the fish dead?

 

Answer:

Toxic algae bloom of golden algae.

 

Contact Information:

505-624-6135, e-mail shawn.denny@state.nm.us

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