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Officer of the Month 

Last Updated: 11/30/2010

November 2010

Officer Griffith capturing scaled quail in live trap
Officer Griffith capturing scaled quail in live trap

 

Name: 

Brady Griffith             

Duty Station: 

Clovis/Portales

Special Area of Responsibility/Game Mgmt Units: 

GMU 31, 32, 33, 40

Education: 

Bachelor of Science, Wildlife and Fisheries Science, Eastern New Mexico University

Length of Service: 

5 years

Specialty or Interest: 

Law Enforcement/Investigations and Game Management

Current Projects/Assignments: 

Various patrols and operations during fall hunting season

Best Thing About the Job: 

Working outdoors with wildlife and people

Most Common Question People Have:

Do I have to have written permission to hunt on private property?

Answer: 

Yes you do.  In eastern New Mexico many of the best hunting opportunities are located on private property and it is crucial to get to know the local landowners and obtain written, not verbal permission.  

Contact Information:

Phone (575) 626-0324, or (575) 356-4408 ext. 308, or email bradyd.griffith@state.nm.us

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