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"Wildlife sciences is something I don't think I will ever get tired of. The excitement I had as a kid when I saw wildlife is still in me today, and it is something I have always loved. I couldn't imagine majoring in anything else." —Morgan Lyons, B.S.F.R., Wildlife Sciences

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A Commitment to our Natural World.

How will our students change the world? Our programs explore the ways our forests, waterways, soils, and animals can thrive. Choose from these areas: 

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From the Jobs Board

Invasive Species Members - National Elk Refuge

Seasonal, Temporary, Internship
Jackson, Wyoming ,

American Conservation Experience, a nonprofit Conservation Corps, in partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), is seeking 2 members to contribute to invasive species management at the National Elk Refuge alongside FWS staff.

For more information about ACE, please visit:…

Forest Management Specialist

Full Time
Auburn, Alabama ,

The Auburn University College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment (CFWE) is seeking applicants for the Forest Management Specialist position.


The Auburn University College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment (CFWE) is a flagship institution and the backbone of Alabama’s…

Jerry O'Neal Research Fellowship

Full Time
Columbia Falls, Montana ,

The Fellowship was originally established in memoriam of Jerry O’Neal, a scientist, poet, and writer. He had a deep love of nature and was an outspoken proponent for the need to have sound science to support resource management decisions. Jerry began his nearly 30 years of public service as an…