October Officer of the Month

October Officer of the Month

Name: Shana Burkhardt
Duty Station: District Officer, Bloomfield/Largo
Special Area of Responsibility/Game Mgmt Units: GMU 2C, GMU 7
Education: Bachelors of Science Degree in Aquatic Biology from University of California at Santa Barbara
Length of Service: 2.5 years
Specialty or Interest: Wildlife conservation/management and education outreach
Current Projects/Assignments: Hunt Patrol, Angler Patrol, wildlife and habitat surveys, community outreach
Best Thing About the Job: Exploring the state of New Mexico, variety of the job, the wildlife I get to work with
Other info you would like to post (hobbies, interests, etc.): I enjoy being in the outdoors and you will often find me fly fishing or exploring the countryside on foot or on horseback

Most Common Question People Have: What does it take to become a Conservation Officer?

Answer: All it takes is a four year degree, hard work, a sense of adventure and a good attitude.

Help protect your wildlife!
If you see a violation please report it to the OGT Hotline at 1-800-432-4263.
Contact Information: Phone:(505) 206-1972 | E-mail: Shana.Burkhardt@state.nm.us