Zoologist and Wildlife Biologist Careers
Zoologist and wildlife biologists are scientists that study how wildlife interacts with their environment. They also study how humans impact wildlife and their natural habitats. The type of work that they do determines the type of setting in which they are found, from working outdoors to in the lab.
Wildlife biologists can work in field research, labs, universities, government agencies, state agencies, or for private companies. Most work full-time and the setting they work in often determines what their schedule is like. For example, those in field research may not have a typical 9-5 schedule since they may be studying nocturnal animals.