Wildlife Biologist

We watch animals to find out what they do.

Job Description

This occupation involves studying wild animals in their nautral state. Wildlife Biologists help us keep track of wildlife animals location, migratory patterns, social behaivor, dangers, and dietary habits. Wildlife Biologists often venture into the ocean or jungles in their nautral state in order to record populations and to view the animals life.


To occupy this job space, you must at least have a bachelors degree in zoology, ecoloty, biology, general biloty, animal science, or wildlife biology. It is preffered by employers that you have an intrest in wildlife.

Job Information

Annual salary: $57,420Projected job growth: 7-13% as of 2020Hiring compaines: Audoon, US Geological Survey, US Fish and Wildlife Service.