A Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) Enforcement Division agent was honored at the Oct. 2 Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission meeting held in Baton Rouge.
Shikar-Safari Club International presented their Officer of the Year award for Louisiana to LDWF Senior Agent Thomas Wolf, of Houma. The Shikar-Safari award recognizes an agent from each state for outstanding efforts in conservation law enforcement.
“Senior Agent Wolf deserves all the accolades for being such a fine conservation agent for the department,” said Col. Joey Broussard. “He does an excellent job of using his knowledge, tips from the public and experience when making decisions in the field on difficult cases. He is also a very dependable agent who always ranks amongst the highest each year in case load.”
Wolf has been an LDWF agent for five years and mainly patrols Terrebonne Parish. Wolf also received the LDWF Enforcement Division’s “2014 Agent of the Year” award.
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