If you’re interested in working in the great outdoors, then you might want to explore a career as a Fish and Wildlife or
conservation officer. The following information will help you find the path to the career of your dreams. But it’s up to
you to make it happen.
Fish & Wildlife Officer
The Alberta Occupational Profiles website provides information about the duties, working conditions, personal qualities,
educational requirements and salary expectations of a Fish & Wildlife officer:
Places to Study in Alberta to Become a Fish & Wildlife Officer
Conservation officers manage resources, visitor services, maintenance and recreation in provincial parks, and educate the
public about related issues. Read more about what conservation officers do:
Places to Study in Alberta to Become a Conservation Officer
The minimum requirement to become a conservation officer is a four-year bachelor’s degree.
Other Careers to Consider:
- Intepretive Naturalist
- Park Warden
Find occupational profiles for all types of work:
Updated: Dec 1, 2020