A wildlife environment manager oversees wildlife populations both in captivity and in their natural habitats to ensure their peaceful co-existence with humans. They employ scientific solutions to uphold environmental laws, like the Endangered Species Act, to advance the conservation of wild animals while protecting human life and property. Read on to learn more details about this profession. A wildlife environment manager, sometimes called a natural resource manager, combines economics, policy and a scientific knowledge of natural resources to develop and implement plans that address the inherent battle between the needs of society and those of nature. Typical duties include invasive species control, pest management, wetlands regulations, habitat restoration and recreational resource management.
Scope: Communication / Outdoor skills / Observational / Problem solving.