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Careers with USDA Wildlife Services

2:00 pm
Andy Little,
Do you have a passion for wildlife conservation?
Do you enjoy solving problems?
Are you looking for the career of a lifetime?

Join us on April 5th to learn about career opportunities in USDA’s Wildlife Services and discuss applying for federal jobs!

Presented by USDA-Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service And the Wildlife Society

Wildlife Services is part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Our experts provide national leadership for resolving conflicts between people and wildlife. Our work protects U.S. agriculture, natural resources, property and infrastructure, and human health and safety. We work across the country to reduce damage and conflict between wildlife and people in cities and suburbs, in the mountains and on the plains, along our coastlines, and everywhere in between. When there’s a wildlife disease outbreak or a wildlife-related emergency that threatens aviation, endangered species, or agriculture, we’re the ones federal, state, and local agencies contact for help. Our team is diverse. We are wildlife biologists, environmental analysts, pilots, program managers, researchers, and chemists. Our experts have degrees in biology, biological sciences, ecology, natural resource management, wildlife and fisheries biology, wildlife management, zoology and related fields.

Wildlife Services offers opportunities for you to do what you love and make a difference for people and wildlife! Learn about the many benefits of working with us at

Don’t miss these opportunities! Sign up today to receive job announcements and career information from Wildlife Services.

Register for the April 5 “Careers with USDA/Wildlife Services” webinar at

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This event originated in School of Natural Resources.