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Last Updated: 2/13/06

Officer Perry with Deer Fawn
Officer Perry With A Deer Fawn
Officer Perry with a Bear Trap Used to Capture Nuisance Bears
Officer Perry With A Bear Trap Used For Catching Nuisance Bears

 

Name:

Michael Perry

 

Duty Station:

Roswell, Roswell District Supervisor

 

Special Area of Responsibility/Game Mgmt Units:

31,32,33,37,38,39,40

 

Education:

Bachelors in Wildlife Management and Minor in Criminal Justice form NMSU, 1995

 

Length of Service:

10 Years

 

Specialty or Interest:

Law Enforcement, Game Management, and Wildlife Conflict Resolution

 

Current Projects/Assignments:  

Relocating antelope out of Roswell city limits.

 

Best Thing About the Job:  

The resource we work for.

 

Most Common Question People Have:  

Where are the fish?

 

Answer:

In the water, we put them there within the last 2 weeks as the Department frequently stocks most waters with trout in the winter.

 

Contact Information:

Office 624-6135, mike.perry@state.nm.us

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