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Last Updated: 09/25/06

Officer Henson preparing to go on patrol
Officer Henson on patrol in the wilderness

 

Name:  

Clint Henson


Duty Station:  

Raton

 

Special Area of Responsibility/Game Mgmt Units:  

Public Affairs

 

Education:

BS Biology, Eastern New Mexico University 1996

 

Length of Service:

10 years

 

Specialty or Interest:  

Hunter Education, Emergency Driving Instructor, Photography

 

Current Projects/Assignments:  

Gaining Access Into Nature (GAIN)

 

Best Thing About the Job:  

Working with people dedicated to the protection and enhancement of New Mexico 's wildlife and wild places.

 

Most Common Question People Have:  

Where should I put in for a great elk hunt?

 

Answer:  

In the Northeast Area, it depends on the type of hunt you want.   If you want to pack into the wilderness, pick units 44/ 45 in the Pecos Wilderness or unit 53 and hunt the Wheeler or Latir wilderness.   If you like to drive to a canyon and park and hike for the day, try units 51 and 52, where there is lots of good Forest Service roads.   And always, try for the Valle Vidal, it is New Mexico 's Yellowstone , absolutely fantastic elk hunting.

 

Contact Information:

(505) 445-2311   clint.henson@state.nm.us

 

Important Recognition and Appreciation:  

Thanks to my wonderful wife Wanda, and great kids Beki and Toby who have been so supportive of the calls about bears and woodpeckers and always warming up dinners whenever I get home!

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