Conservation Officer

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A Conservation Officer is a law enforcement officer who protects wildlife and the environment.

A conservation officer may also be called game warden, environmental technician/technologist, investigator, park ranger, wildlife officer, or wildlife trooper.


Their main jobs are to:

  • enforce the laws protecting our natural resources
  • educate the public
  • conduct regular audits/inspections of resource users, licence issuers and commercial operators
  • conduct investigations and gather evidence
  • present evidence in court


  • DNA analysis
  • GPS tracking
  • internet monitoring
  • aerial and canine patrols
  • wildlife decoys
  • computer data analysis

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Any male or female who is strong, ready to explore, prepared for risk and confident, time management skills, motivation to face challenges, and a team player can pursue this career. You will need an Ontario College Diploma. (minimum 3.0 GPA)

It will cost around 10 thousand dollars for one year/ two semesters, but your salaries will range from $60,000 - $85,000.

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