Mark Ellingwood, who, for the past 13 years, has served as the Wildlife Programs Administrator for the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, has been named the department’s Wildlife Division Chief. He is been with NH Fish and Game for a total of 18 years and was also a regional wildlife supervisor.
According to the NH Fish and Game press release announcing his selection, Ellingwood holds a B.S. in Natural Resources Conservation from the University of Connecticut and an M.S. in Wildlife Management from West Virginia University. Prior to working for N.H. Fish and Game, Ellingwood served for nine years as a deer biologist and project leader for the Connecticut Wildlife Bureau, and five years as a deer research associate with the Institute of Ecosystem Studies in New York State.
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