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WILD Work Resources

 

Below are many occupations in the field of wildlife conservation and management.

To learn more about an occupation, click on the links under the job title.

 

E

Ecologist

Editor

Education and Outreach Specialist

Educator/Interpreter

Electrician

Engineer

Environmental Consultant

Environmental Inspector

Environmental Journalist

Environmental Lawyer

Environmental Policy Expert

Environmental Project Manager

Environmental Protection Specialist

Environmental Scientist

F

Farmer

Field Biologist

Fish and Wildlife Technician

Fisheries Biologist

Fisheries Scientist

Fisheries Technician/Culturist

Fishing Guide

Forensics Specialist

G

Game Warden

General Engineer

Geographer

Geographic Information System (GIS) Specialist

Geoscientist

Graphic Designer

H

Hatchery Manager

Historian

Horticulturist

Hydraulic Engineer

Hydrological Technician

Hydrologist

I

Illustrator

Interpreter

Interpretive Guide

Investigative Reporter

IT Administrator

J

Journalist

L

Landscape Architect

Land Surveyor

Law Enforcement Officer

Librarian

 

 

 
Sample Activityphoto credit: Gary Peeples, USFWS
Photo credit: Gary Peeples, USFWS Careers, photo credit: Greg Thompson, USFWS
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