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January 2007 

Last Updated: 01/04/07

Springer District Officer

Officer Coburn assisting in transplanting bighorn sheep
Officer Coburn assisting in the capture and transplanting of bighorn sheep

Name:

Curtis Coburn        

   

Duty Station:

Springer, NM

 

Special Area of Responsibility/Game Mgmt Units:

48, 54 (South), 55B(Southeast), 56(Southwest), 47(North), 41(West)

 

Education:

Bachelor of Science Forestry/Wildlife from Western New Mexico University

 

Length of Service:

2 ½ years

 

Specialty or Interest:

Caturing and transplanting bighorn sheep to augment or start new populations

 

Current Projects/Assignments:

Unit 48 Patrol

 

Best Thing About the Job:  

Being able to work outdoors.

 

Most Common Question People Have:

Where is the best fishing?

 

Answer:

Depends on what you want to catch; for trout-Charette or Maxwell, for Bass & Catfish-Stubblefield, for Walleye-Maxwell, for Northern Pike- Miami w/ the proper permission

 

Contact Information:

curtis.coburn@state.nm.us or call 505-483-5006

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