Some of the Eco jobs in fish and wildlife can be working in fish hatcheries, helping raise fish for release into the wild. It can be going out to rivers, streams and lakes, monitoring pollution levels, finding out what major concerns and problems there are, and trying to fix them. It can be as a warden, in our National Parks, Forests, and Game Preserves, making sure that these are kept pristine, and taking care of any poachers, negligent campers, and other people what may want to do harm., even if it isn't intentional.
Some Eco Jobs in fish and wildlife also included educating the public on the importance of natural resources, and how wild life is a vital part of our ecosystem. This may mean going into public schools, teaching our young people about the importance of conservation, and inspiring them to possibly join the cause, and get involved in some way, maybe even wanting to have an Eco Job in this area one day. It can also be working in welcoming centers, helping tourists and visitors who come to our parks understand the rules and regulations, as well as fire restrictions, so their visit will not only be pleasant, but also safe for our wildlife.