A wildlife biologist is expected to perform professional planning management and research duties associated with wildlife species and habitat resources. This job also requires a lot of interaction with people. They collect, analyze, and interpret facts objectively and skillfully, and can report them clearly back to people.
To be a wildlife biologist, it is recommended that you get a Bachelors degree. Since most wildlife resources and conservation problems relate to people, you need courses in English, history, geography, statistics, and economics, as well as in physical and biological sciences.