Wildlife Biologist

By: Tyler (Call) Verlanic

Helpful High School Courses

Students should take courses that meet college entrance requirements. Helpful high school courses would include Anatomy and Physiology, Biotechnology, Calculus, Chemistry, and Statistics and Probability.


Pros: Get to be outdoors

Learn about the wildlife and it helps animals

Working with animals

Traveling a lot

Learn a lot about plants and animals


Cons: Travling

Researching for hours

Working in a lab a lot

Spend a lot of time out doors

Wildlife Biologist Facts

  • Wildlife biologist study the populations, habitats, and conservation of wildlife and fish.
  • Wildlife biologist usually specialize in subtopics within the field of wildlife biology.
  • Wildlife biologist care and protect animals that are indangered or more.
  • They track and save the animals progress through the traveling or food eaten or anything else that we woul want to know about the animal.
  • They study and take lots of yours to watch and observe the animal.
  • They study the physical characteristics of animals, animal behaviors, and the impacts humans have on wildlife and natural habitats
  • The median annual wage for zoologists and wildlife biologists was $58,270 in May 2014.
  • wildlife biologists need a bachelors degree
  • Develop and conduct experimental studies with animals in controlled or natural surroundings
  • Give presentations on research findings to academics and the general public

Job Advertisement

If you are interested or wanting to be in nature well this is the job for you. This job pays a lot of money and helps with helping animals such as fish and or animals. This job travels and goes to different states and different areas to save and protect animals of the U.S. This job you study about animals and DNA or physical changes in a animal. You get to use new and improved technology that helps you understand what the animal does or anything else. This job is very important with years and years of data and information they track and protect animals in the wild that could be indangered or anything else.

Colleges in

Clemson University


Location: Greenville, SC


Helpful High School Courses: These are some of the classes and degrees you can take or get at Clemson University. Such as Landscape Architecture Accreditation Board, National Architectural Accrediting Board, National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification, National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, National League for Nursing, Planning Accrediting Board and Society of American Foresters, and Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs. These are some of the few high school courses that need to be taken or you will choose to take in the future to get this job.


Pros: 1,400 acres

Each class has 15-30 students

Small town rural area


Cons: There is a fee for student parking

Its a public school

Distance from campus to city center 1 mile

Colorado State University

Location: Fort Collins, CO


Degrees offered: Bachelor's, Master's, First professional, Doctorate


Helpful High School Courses: These are some of the classes and degrees you can take or get at Colorado State University. Such as Marketing, Finance, Forestry, and Animal Science


Pros: 582 acres

Men's football Div 1

Men's Basketball Div 1


Cons: Urban (large city)

Public college

No baseball

Kansas State University

Location: Manhattan, KS


Degrees offered: These are some of the classes and degrees you can take or get at Kansas State University. Such as Certificate or diploma, Associate, Bachelor's, Master's, First professional, Doctorate, Other advanced degreesL there are more degrees in this college but they aren't mentioned very much because these degrees are more important to get and earn this job


Helpful high School Courses: These are some of the classes and degrees you can take or get at Kanas State University. Such as Animal Science, Food Science, Marketing, and Finance


Pros: Baseball Div 1

Basketball Div 1

Football Div 1


Cons: Suburban (within commuting distance of a large city)

Fees 811

On campus room and board 8,060