Question by  sujithm (7)

What kind of schooling is required to be a wildlife conservation officer?

I think I would do well in a career like that.


Answer by  patti (29325)

Tech and vocational schools offer programs in conservation, wildlife management, parks and recreation, fish management, land management, etc. Check out Hocking College's offerings in related areas.


Answer by  mediajunkie (592)

The government is usually the main employer for the field. They accept degrees in zoology, entomology (insects), environmental science, forestry, fisheries & wildlife, agriculture, animal husbandry, and plant or animal biology. You could spend your summers interning or volunteering for national or state parks to get a feel for it.


Answer by  Lois99 (19)

A good way to become a forest ranger or a wildlife conservation officer is to obtain a degree in biology from college.

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