What kind of job do you want when you finish school? Have you considered a job in the natural resources field as a forester, air quality specialist, lakes protection manager, park ranger, fish health specialist, warden, endangered species researcher, park planner, water quality specialist, or a naturalist?

Park Ranger
Person holding fish Credit: Photo by Hunter Brumels on Unsplash
Do you enjoy watching beautiful sunsets and seeing wildlife in some of the best parts of Wisconsin?
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A trace from the bear's claws on the trunk of a tree
Take a peek at a day in the life of two Wisconsin wardens.
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Photo of white smoke from Smokestack Credit: Photo by veeterzy on Unsplash
Being an engineer with the DNR can actually be an adventure.
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Conservation pilot flying over land
By Beverly Paulan, DNR Aircraft Pilot
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Foresters visiting a tree damaged by a brown bear
State park diary and mailbag letter.
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Field biologiest measuring bird wing
It's a good idea to keep an open mind and try a lot of things.
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Teacher and kids examining plant in park
What does a park naturalist do?
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Kids jumping into incoming sea waves
It sure is hard to make everyone happy.
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A field of coneflowers and natural prairie grasses
The many duties that are part of being a Park Ranger.
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Iron bucket with water well
A person who studies the ways that groundwater (hydro) moves through the earth (geology).
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Walking in the forest Credit: Photo by Ant Rozetsky on Unsplash
Even though I grew up as a “city kid” in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, I always loved the outdoors.
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River in winter
The park sure looks peaceful with all that new snow.
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