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NEW OHIO WILDLIFE OFFICER ASSIGNED TO NOBLE COUNTY

ATHENS, Ohio – Ohio Wildlife Officer Anthony Lemle, of Bowling Green, has been assigned to Noble County, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife. A 2014 graduate of the Wildlife Officer Academy, Officer Lemle previously served in Lucas, Guernsey, and Williams counties.

Originally from Wood County, Officer Lemle is a graduate of Bowling Green High School. In 2013, he received an associate degree in forest management from Hocking College. In his spare time, Officer Lemle enjoys hunting, fishing, and traveling.

As a wildlife officer, Lemle has statewide authority to enforce wildlife regulations and protect state lands, waterways, and property. He also contributes to public safety both locally in southeast Ohio and in Ohio’s vast outdoors. Each year, Ohio’s wildlife officers speak to clubs and groups about conservation and wildlife programs; perform fish and wildlife surveys; and provide technical advice and instruction about hunting, fishing, and other outdoor-related recreation.

To reach Officer Lemle, call 614-563-7705.

 

This article originally appeared on the ODNR website.

New Ohio Wildlife Officer Assigned to Noble County | Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ohiodnr.gov)

 

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