Now we can go into specifics.
Wildlife ecologists and biologists work in both the private and public sectors. Government jobs in wildlife ecology include those with the National Park Service or Department of Natural Resources. They also work in laboratories researching microbiology or zoocology. Zoos routinely employ wildlife ecologists to help maintain animal habitats and promote the animals' well-being. Some ecologists and biologists specialize in certain areas like nature education or conservation. It typically requires a bachelors degree to work in a zoo.