Patrol certain areas to prevent people from breaking fishing or gaming laws.
Fish and Game Wardens work to prevent violations of fishing and gaming laws. They may also be called to investigate when wild animals damage crops or property. They may compile or analyze data.
|$29.90 per hour on average
|Statewide data not available
|Education & Training
|Associate's degree is needed for entry.
|Related Programs (Current training programs available)
|On the Job
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